German jobs

January 1992
New Scientist;1/18/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1804, p15
Reports that Heinz Riesenhuber, the German research minister, has declared the restructuring of East German science a success. Number of jobs created; Number of former employees who have not found jobs.


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