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GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/
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November 14, 2012
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November...
Bonn, Germany
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November 13, 2012. Klais, who runs the organ manufacturer in Bonn his great-grandfather founded in 1882, gets requests every week from foreign officials as far away as Korea to visit his company. Germany's Mittelstand, the mid-market and often family-owned manufacturing firms to which the country owes much of its exporting prowess, has become the envy of political and business leaders all over the world and they are keen to emulate it. Picture taken November 13, 2012. To match Insight GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/ REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
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