In March 2003, Social Democratic Chancellor Gerhard Schroder announced a series of reforms that his government plans to undertake in order to deal with Germany's pressing economic problems. These reform proposals, known as Agenda 2010, include cutting unemployment benefits, making it easier to hire and fire workers, reducing health insurance coverage, and raising the retirement age.
Answer me this, Buck. Where is Germany after that austerity enacted in 2004? Still so delusional that you won't accept the facts when they are slapping you in the face..?