Why the cranes are standing still
There are few better examples of the gridlock inside the German government than in housing policy.
In its coalition pact, the ‘traffic light’ coalition committed itself to building 400,000 new homes every year for the duration of this government. That would have meant an increase of over 100,000 on the ave…
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