Economy's slight shrinkage late last year surprises experts

Economy's slight shrinkage late last year surprises experts

Kabul : Afghanistan | Jan 30, 2013 at 6:20 PM PST
Source: Los Angeles Times
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The economy's unexpected contraction at the end of last year showed that " fiscal cliff " fears and a sharp drop in defense spending pushed the moderate recovery off track, highlighting the precarious nature of the country's economic revival. The nation's total economic output shrank at an annual... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Times
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The German economy contracted by five percent last year, its deepest recession since World War II
The German economy contracted by five percent last year, its deepest recession since World War II
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