Most major world economies slowing: OECD

Most major world economies slowing: OECD

Rome : Italy | Aug 09, 2012 at 5:28 AM PDT
Source: The Economic Times
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The signs from the eurozone, Germany and France "continue to point to weak growth", except in Italy where they point "more strongly to a slowdown." Data for Britain, however, show "tentative signs of a pick-up in economic activity", making it the only country to show improvement. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times
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The OECD said the eurozone showed third-quarter growth of 0.4%
The OECD said the eurozone showed third-quarter growth of 0.4%
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