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Eurozone | 21 December 2018 What Happened in the French Economy in the Fourth Quarter
This is the final report before we dial down for our Christmas break, and we are happy to report that the economic calendar will be almost empty in our absence.

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21 December 2018 What Happened in the French Economy in the Fourth Quarter

By Claus Vistesen

This is the final report before we dial down for our Christmas break, and we are happy to report that the economic calendar will be almost empty in our absence.

Posted: 20th Dec 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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