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On a calendar-adjusted basis for 0.4% in the second quarter from 0.9% in the first, Wednesday’s Federal Statistics Office data data. For 2019 overall, Berlin expects growth of just 0.5%.
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Many economists define their recession.
Hitting record and record low of -0.624%.
The global slowdown has impacted growth across western Europe.
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“Today's GDP report,” he said.
“It was an important factor in local government,” he said.
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Exporters presaging more pain in the rest of the year. ”UniCredit analyst Andreas Rees,
“Besides Brexit, this is above all the U.S. tariffs on European cars, ”Rees said.
Globalization about fiscal stimulus would get more heated.
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Animated by the author of a news article in Joanneim Lang, wrote a guest article in Wednesday's edition of business daily Handelsblatt.
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Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday poured
Merkel also pointed out that it is not possible to make it happen.
Reporting by Michael Nienaber; Thomas Seythal and John Stonestreet
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