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December 01, 2014
Shower head prototypes are seen at the spray laboratory of bathroom and sanitation company Hansgrohe,...
SCHILTACH, Germany
Shower head prototypes are seen at the spray laboratory of bathroom and sanitation company Hansgrohe,...
Shower head prototypes are seen at the spray laboratory of bathroom and sanitation company Hansgrohe, in Schiltach, in the Black Forest, Southwestern Germany, November 3, 2014. German bathroom fittings maker Hansgrohe is a successful firm with a track record of global exports and an attractive profit-sharing scheme. But it's struggling to hire highly-qualified engineers - and many more "Mittelstand" companies are too. The raft of firms named after their small-to-medium size kept Germany afloat throughout a global economic downturn and still have healthy order books. But now they must brace for a blow to their business from a demographic time bomb. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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