The Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) is the central platform for pronouncements and announcements, as well as for legally relevant company news. Further information about the historical background and the activities of the Federal Gazette you can find on the websites of the the publishing house under https://www.bundesanzeiger-verlag.de/de/ueber-uns.html.
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