Eurozone's economic growth is easing to a slower pace

08/24/2010 | Deutsche Welle (Germany) · RTE (Ireland) · Reuters

The pace of economic growth across the eurozone has slowed in August, pointing to an overall gross domestic product of 0.7% in the third quarter, compared with 1% in the second quarter, according to Markit Economics. Germany's economic rebound is showing continued strength, but it hasn't been enough to compensate for decelerating growth in France and minimal expansion elsewhere.

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Deutsche Welle (Germany) · RTE (Ireland) · Reuters

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