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Jannis Brühl

Jannis Brühl was an Arthur F. Burns Fellow at ProPublica. In Germany, he works mostly for Sü in Munich, the online edition of the national daily Süddeutsche Zeitung. He has worked as an editor and as an economics writer covering a wide range of topics from the Euro crisis to the arms trade to the growing market power of Amazon in Germany. Jannis studied political science and American cultural studies at university in Germany and as a graduate student at Portland State University.

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