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There is a 5.7 million kilometer tangle of underground cables and pipes across Germany. And no one knows where they're all buried. In February, Lufthansa had to ground its global fleet after someone accidentally cut a cable. But since there's no central registry of where all these cables are, it could happen again. And the problems get worse from there. Bloomberg's Oliver Crook reports.
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