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This month sees the 10th anniversary of the creation of the Remembrance, Responsibility, Future foundation in Germany. It was set up to compensate the millions of people who suffered as forced laborers under the Nazi regime.Most were from Central and Eastern Europe. Survivors received an average payment of 2,600 euros, provided by a fund financed by German tax revenue and contributions from big business. For many it was far too little too late, having spent decades in poverty. There are now calls for German industry to make an additional contribution.