As the pound loses value, German products get more expensive for customers in Britain.
That, combined with uncertainty about when the UK can cut a new trade deal with the EU, is already creating trouble for Germany’s export economy.
German exports have bounced back in October, while a strong import rise suggests robust domestic demand. Cause for cheer? Not quite, according to most observers of Europe's powerhouse.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May visited Berlin to try and save the Brexit deal. DW runs down where Germany stands on the issue. It has a vested interest in avoiding a hard Brexit but an even bigger one in a strong EU.
It may well be the scenario in which everyone loses the most, but the prospects of a so-called no-deal Brexit grows by the day. German manufacturers are among the many whose business will be affected.
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