East Friesian powerhouse surges
IN the 1980s the small East Friesian town of Leer was known as the city with the highest unemployment rate in Germany: indeed, just under a third of the workforce was unemployed in 1985. Today, the unemployment rate is 8%, the lowest rate in the state of Lower Saxony.
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