The Federation of German Industries (BDI) said on Wednesday that it expects the German economy to expand around 2% in 2016.
BDI President Ulrich Grillo said that the growth is driven by low oil prices, low interest rates and a weak euro, adding that geopolitical tensions could have a negative effect on the German economy.
He noted that the government should invest in the infrastructure.
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