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Jul 29 2013

Green Shoots in Europe?

With economic weakness persisting in the U.S., and Chinese economic growth showing concerted signs of sluggishness, there seems to be little room for hope that conditions worldwide will pick up in the near term. In Europe, some data releases have shown that promising prospects could be on the horizon. Is this indicative of true momentum gathering for long-afflicted economies in the region?

ECRI’s latest report outlines whether cyclical upswings in growth are imminent in Europe, or whether these nations will experience persistent economic weakness in the months ahead.

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