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Germany's right-wing populist AfD believe that France and southern European countries should be excluded from Europe's common currency, the party's top officials said.The AfD scored between 12 and 24 percent in three key state elections in March.France, the eurozone's second biggest economy, has been struggling to bring down high unemployment and national debt.The jobless rate in France is around 10 percent and rising, while it is falling in other large European economies.
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