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					Germany
By Rüchan Yildirim

Federal Republic of Germany 1949 - now

Third Reich 1933 - 1945

German Empire 1871 - 1933

Famous Germans
 Albert  Karl Marx  Beethoven

Einstein

 Adolf Hitler, Goethe, Kant, Kepler, Schiller,

Siemens, Karl Benz, Roentgen, Martin Luther

General Information
 Population 82 million (2008)  Fourth largest GDP(nominal)  16 Provinces  Participates in 2 World Wars  Looses both of them

 Germany gets splitted after WW2
 Federal Republic Germany gets founded in 1949  Reunification by 1990

 Member of NATO, G8, G20, OECD, United Nations,

WTO and the EU

Germany after WW 2

Economic Miracle
Marshall Plan Currency Reform West German Coal + Steel industry boom The Allies confiscated all German Patents Korean War (1950-53) Guest Workers’ throught the 60s, 70s and 80s

Age Pyramid

Religion in Germany
Religion 2007
31% Catholics Protestant Islam Other 2% 4% 31%
3% 10% 39%

Religion 2030
24%

32%

Catholics Protestant Islam Other Atheist
24%

Atheist

Pisa Ranking
Maths Reading Science
Germany

Austria Switzerland Belgium Finnland French

Netherlands Turkey

German Top 10 Companies

EU Budget 2007-2013

Public Debt in 2007

Germany Public Debt

Germany is about

800 800.000

km m

10 * 100 € 10*10*100€ 100*10*10*100 1000*100*10*10*100

= 1000 = 10.000

€ €

= 1 mm = 1 cm =1 m = 1 km

800.000.00 cm 800.000.000 mm

= 1000.000 € = 1 billion €

1 billion 800 billion

= 1 km = 800 km Total Debt = 1500 billion = 1500 km

Opportunities
- All kinds of Senior service
- Technology - Senior Entertainment - Organic Food - Private Retirement Fonds - Islamic Helal Food and Mercandise - Advisor service for debtors - House pet services - Renewable Energy - Outscourcing Services for Global Companies - Interactive Media - Dating agency websites or mobile services


				
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Description: This is a historical, and future forecast of germany (more pessimistic forecast)