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Germans to Move Capital by 2000

October 13, 1993| Associated Press

BONN — The German government will abandon the rainy Rhineland by 2000 for the bright lights and checkered history of Berlin, the power base it left after World War II.

A Finance Ministry report said the move will cost the equivalent of $16.8 billion, not counting road building and compensation payments for Bonn. Previous estimates had run as high as $63 billion.

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