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GERMANY-ECONOMY/CONSUMERS
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March 09, 2015
A man walks past at a kitchen by German kitchen maker Haecker inside a furniture shop in Berlin March...
Berlin, Germany
A man walks past at a kitchen by German kitchen maker Haecker inside a furniture shop in Berlin
A man walks past at a kitchen by German kitchen maker Haecker inside a furniture shop in Berlin March 6, 2015. Sales of new kitchens are up more than 10 percent already this year at German kitchen maker Haecker. For those who would rather someone else did the cooking, roasted monkfish and turbot with truffles are flopping onto plates at Berlin's Michelin-starred restaurant Fischers Fritz. With interest rates on savings low, unemployment falling, oil prices sliding and pay rises outpacing inflation, economists say German consumers have finally woken up and are likely to keep on spending through 2015. Markus Sander, marketing head at Haecker, a family firm with more than 1,200 employees, said Germans were now splurging on high-end kitchens - many costing more than a new car - because low interest rates made saving unattractive and loans cheap. Picture taken March 6, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS
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October 01, 2003
An Indian woman walks past a mannequin at a shopping mall in the
commercial hub of Noida, in India's...
Noida, Republic of India
FOR USE WITH FEATURE RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS.
An Indian woman walks past a mannequin at a shopping mall in the
commercial hub of Noida, in India's Utter Pradesh state October 1,
2003. Until a few years ago, Indians shopped at dusty neighbourhood
stores crammed with unattractive products, but a virtual retailing
revolution has hit the South Asian nation, with more than 50 new malls
opening up in major cities. Picture taken October 1, 2003. FOR USE WITH
FEATURE RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS
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October 01, 2003
Indian shoppers check out products at a shopping mall in the commercial
hub of Noida, in India's Utter...
Noida, Republic of India
FOR USE WITH FEATURE RETAIL INDIA MALLS.
Indian shoppers check out products at a shopping mall in the commercial
hub of Noida, in India's Utter Pradesh state October 1, 2003. Until a
few years ago, Indians shopped at dusty neighbourhood stores crammed
with unattractive products, but a virtual retailing revolution has hit
the South Asian nation, with more than 50 new malls opening up in major
cities. Picture taken October 1, 2003. FOR USE WITH FEATURE
RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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MANNESMANN
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November 15, 1999
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German...
Duesseldorf, Germany - FDR
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The Germ.....
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German telecoms and engineering group Mannesmann AG discribed [British Vodaphone]'s 65.5 billion pound (US$ 106 billion) cashless offer as financially unattractive and strategically undesirable.
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GERMANY MANNESMANN
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November 15, 1999
Picture shows the exterior view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German...
Duesseldorf, Germany - FDR
FRONT EXTERIOR OF THE MANNESMANN HEADQUARTERS IN DUESSELDORF.
Picture shows the exterior view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German telecoms and engineering group Mannesmann AG discribed British Vodaphone's 65.5 billion pound (US$ 106 billion) cashless offer as financially unattractive and strategically undesirable.

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GERMANY MANNESMANN
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November 15, 1999
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German...
Duesseldorf, Germany - FDR
MANNESMANN AG HEADQUARTERS IN DUESSELDORF.
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German telecoms and engineering group Mannesmann AG discribed British Vodaphone's 65.5 billion pound (US$ 106 billion) cashless offer as financially unattractive and strategically undesirable.

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