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Christoph Schröder Interactive Graphic 12. April 2017

Export performance: Unit labour costs shape international trade

Even Germany, as an export nation, has to compete for shares on its sales markets. The cost for businesses to manufacture goods plays a vital role in this process. This interactive graphic reveals the following: when unit labour costs increase in comparison to the competition, export performance generally declines.

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