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  • ING economist Carsten Brzeski said "a very strong first quarter looks a certainty."

    German Inflation Stable

  • That "illustrates that the impact of the Japanese earthquake on the international supply chains was stronger than expected," said Carsten Brzeski , an economist with ING Bank in Brussels.

    German Exports, Output Fall

  • Carsten Brzeski , an economist at ING Bank, said the German data showed that the impact of the Japanese earthquake on international supply chains was stronger than expected.

    European Stocks Slump

  • Carsten Nicolai AKA Alva Noto is the head of the Raster-Noton label, and they put out amazing electronica.

    Boys Noize Q&A

  • Last month, Carsten Holmes of Diversified Business Communications wrote to Boris saying:I am absolutely appalled by the prospect of losing this important venue, our only major international venue in Central London, due to private interests and property speculation.

    Battle for Earls Court: revisions, court actions and Boris's mates

  • Carsten Brzeski , an analyst at ING Bank NV, said that second quarter growth was an aberration, which can be considered a "technical correction."

    Investment Drives German Growth

  • "With a weakening euro-zone economy, slowing credit growth and waning inflationary pressure in the euro zone's economic powerhouse, it is hard to find a lot of upward risks to inflation," said ING Bank economist Carsten Brzeski .

    Europeans Appear Set to Pause Rate Rises

  • "Many people want a leader who says, 'OK, this is my plan, and this is what I'm going to try to push through,' and that's just not her way," said Carsten Koschmieder , a political scientist at Berlin's Free University.

    German Debate on Bailout Fund Is Test for Merkel

  • German unemployment is "bound to drop further" even if "the strong dynamics of new vacancies and employment expectations is currently slowing down somewhat," said Carsten Brzeski , senior economist at ING Bank in Brussels.

    German Jobless Rate Falls

  • "No doubt about it, a stronger exchange rate will eventually have an impact on exports and growth," said Carsten Brzeski, economist at ING Financial Markets.

    German Exports Fall Back

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