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April 15, 1994 | MARJORIE MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
German authorities launched an investigation Thursday into the finances of one of the country's biggest real estate moguls and his wife, who disappeared over the weekend, leaving behind billions of dollars of debt and an empire in disarray. Executives of the abandoned Dr. Juergen Schneider holding company met in Frankfurt with representatives of more than 40 creditor banks seeking ways to avoid bankruptcy and to complete unfinished construction projects.
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April 15, 1994 | MARJORIE MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
German authorities launched an investigation Thursday into the finances of one of the country's biggest real estate moguls and his wife, who disappeared over the weekend, leaving behind billions of dollars of debt and an empire in disarray. Executives of the abandoned Dr. Juergen Schneider holding company met in Frankfurt with representatives of more than 40 creditor banks seeking ways to avoid bankruptcy and to complete unfinished construction projects.
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June 22, 1991 | TAMARA JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small town in Germany just got smaller. As the reality of the historic Bundestag vote to move the capital to Berlin began to sink in Friday, this bucolic "federal village" on the Rhine anxiously pondered a future without its sole industry: government. Mayor Hans Daniels and the City Council adopted a slew of resolutions demanding compensation for the university town of 300,000, where one-third of the population relies on Bonn's being the capital for their livelihood.
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June 22, 1991 | TAMARA JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small town in Germany just got smaller. As the reality of the historic Bundestag vote to move the capital to Berlin began to sink in Friday, this bucolic "federal village" on the Rhine anxiously pondered a future without its sole industry: government. Mayor Hans Daniels and the City Council adopted a slew of resolutions demanding compensation for the university town of 300,000, where one-third of the population relies on Bonn's being the capital for their livelihood.
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