Germany’s jobless rate will average just 3.9% this year, up from 3.2% in 2019, the IMF projects, though protesters still placed empty chairs in front of Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate to protest hotel and restaurant owners’ plight. Photo: michele tantussi/Reuters By David Harrison and David Harrison The Wall Street Journal Biography @d_harrison david.harrison@wsj.com Josh Zumbrun Josh Zumbrun The Wall Street Journal Biography @JoshZumbrun josh.zumbrun@wsj.com Updated April 30, 2020 8:50 am ET

WASHINGTON—Workers in Germany and Japan are likely

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