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Eurozone | 8 June 2018 Did German Manufacturers Take a Long Break in Q1 and Q2?
New orders data increasingly suggest that German manufacturers all but shut their production lines at the start of the year.

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8 June 2018 Did German Manufacturers Take a Long Break in Q1 and Q2?

By Claus Vistesen

New orders data increasingly suggest that German manufacturers all but shut their production lines at the start of the year.

Posted: 7th Jun 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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