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If Germany wants to export and they can't be told otherwise, that's not a problem for the rest of the world per se.
That should be their problem, not the rest of the world's.
It's a problem for Europe, because it means Germany runs a lower government budget deficit, when the Eurozone economy needs higher budget deficits, but the size of individual nation's budget deficits is restricted by Eurozone treaty.
The Eurozone has a 'design' problem that's always been there and was recognized by the 'designers' back before 1998 when it was introduced. The idea then was that 'crisis' would lead Europe to the final steps needed to fully make a currency union. That hasn't worked. And the consequences are a crime against humanity. The continuing crisis in the southern Eurozone periphery is the result of an exceptionally poor policy response to a man-made issue.
Eurozone periphery nations need to return to their own national currencies, or the Eurozone needs to create a true federal fiscal union that balances out the Eurozone economy, not Eurozone gov't budgets. Those are the two options to return back to 'normalcy.'
And it's not like the EZ wasn't made aware of this. Warren Mosler and Pavlina Tcherneva met with many of the designers of the Eurozone back at Bretton Woods in 1996. The MMT story on the Eurozone hasn't changed in 20 years.