Switzerland and France
Germany and the Netherlands
Germany and France
The Netherlands and Austria
Manufacturing, service, and high-tech industries
Tourism and luxury goods
Fishing and agriculture
Backward factories and uneducated workers
It is ethnically diverse
It has Muslims within its borders
It has a clear majority group
It shares ethnic groups with Croatia and Yugoslavia
Both Germany and Sweden have growing populations
Germany has a growing population, while Sweden has a declining population
Germany has a declining population, while Sweden has a stable population.
Both Germany and Sweden have stable populations
They are usually related to the people of a neighboring country
They always live near the borders.
They are always a non-Slavic group.
There is never more than one ethnic minority in any country
The higher levels of pollution in Germany cause men to die at younger ages.
Germany lost many men in World War II, while Sweden did not.
The colder climate of Sweden helps people to live longer
Differences in diet cause more heart disease in Germany.