WSJ: Germany expects small budget deficit over migration crisis
The migration crisis will lead to a small German budget deficit next year, according to the finance ministry's latest report, highlighting the financial strain that the post-World War II record number of asylum seekers is putting on the country's finances, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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