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Eurozone | 28 January 2019 The IFO Piles the Pressure on an Already Weak German Economy
Judging by the survey data, German business sentiment remained depressed at the start of the year.

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28 January 2019 The IFO Piles the Pressure on an Already Weak German Economy

By Claus Vistesen

Judging by the survey data, German business sentiment remained depressed at the start of the year.

Posted: 25th Jan 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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