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Eurozone | 8 May 2019 Manufacturing in Germany is Not Out of the Woods Yet
Demand in German manufacturing rebounded slightly at the end of Q1, though the overall picture for the sector remains grim.

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8 May 2019 Manufacturing in Germany is Not Out of the Woods Yet

By Claus Vistesen

Demand in German manufacturing rebounded slightly at the end of Q1, though the overall picture for the sector remains grim.

Posted: 8th May 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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