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German IW economic institute released its growth forecast for Germany on Monday. Germany's economy is expected to expand at around 2.25% in 2015.
The growth will be driven by "numerous positive special effects" such as low oil prices, low interest rates and a weaker euro.
The director of the IW economic institute Michael Huether noted that these "positive special effects" are short-lived.
The German government expects the economy to grow 1.8%.
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