East May Stall German Thrust

As 1992 approaches, a $2.7 trillion-asset German banking machine stands ready to roll deeper into neighboring territory. The sole variable that could slow its thrust into Europe's planned single financial market is the massive task of digesting the crumbling banking system in eastern Germany.

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