The euro's slide towards the symbolic level of parity with the dollar is more a source of concern than optimism in Europe's export engine, Germany, analysts say. Judging structural reforms to be the sole driver of a country's competitiveness, Germany eyes the policies of the European Central Bank (ECB) to kickstart the eurozone's moribund economy with scepticism, analysts say. "Are the ECB's bankers in the process of breaking our currency?" the Bild mass daily asked when the bank announced plans in late January to buy more than one trillion euros worth of bonds. "A weak euro is good news, only at first sight, for an exporting nation like Germany," Anton Boerner, head of the BGA exporters' federation, said on March 10, outlining its forecasts for 2015.