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German government heads for record debt

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Germany is heading for a record debt in 2010 as declining tax revenues and rising unemployment costs hit the ballooning budget deficit.

Government ministers have warned once the economic crisis is over, Europe's biggest economy will have to brace itself for a severe fiscal crackdown.

Tristana Moore reports from Berlin.

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