Right-wing nationalists are now undeniably part of the German mainstream discourse. That lends credence to the theory that Chancellor Angela Merkel paid for the perception that she was sacrificing Western heritage for a multicultural model. It should also be noted that the elections took place at a time when the German economy is strong, even if there is griping about static wages. Whichever way you look at it, the German results are cause for disquiet. Europe has to contend with a chancellor likely to face perennial distraction on the home front.
The Straits Times : Business Editorial:
Taxman cometh for the digital economy
By Yasmine Yahya
Courtesy: The Straits Times, Singapore
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