According to findthedatat.org Germany has 81.3 million people and has a GPD of $38,100 has per capita which although is high in comparison to the rest of the world is actually the lowest out of the three countries I am researching. I feel that this may have a negative impact of their education system in comparison to the others. Germany is known for there incredibly high taxes which for many reach...
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