After the opening of the German border, an agency called Treuhand was charged with the massive task of privatizing assets in the formerly socialist East Germany. Many criticized the Treuhand's hardball policies, but it helped some companies survive.
Criticized for its hardball policies, the privatization agency also helped some companies survive.
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