Germany Goes Out of Print as Manroland Files for Insolvency

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By: Sheenagh Matthews | Bloomberg Business Week

Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) — Germany, which invented the printing industry more than 500 years ago and dominates the market to this day, has lost its talent for making money from the presses.

Manroland AG, the biggest maker of newspaper printing machines, filed for insolvency on Nov. 25, threatening the jobs of more than 6,000 workers.

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