The European Commission has slashed its growth outlook for the eurozone this year, citing global trade tensions and challenges across the bloc. The commission expects the eurozone economy to grow by 1.3% in 2019, down from a 1.9% projection in November, before picking up next year to grow by 1.6%.
Eurozone growth forecast cut as global, local outlook weakens
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