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Germany's Biotech Bust

Executive Summary

Public markets around the world are down; Germany's Neuer Markt is also out. The demise of the exchange once hailed as Europe's most promising will hit more than just Germany's listed stocks. It affects the country's private sector, too, where young companies-and their investors-are frantically seeking ways to weather the storm.

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