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Bundesbank says German growth slows after strong second quarter

The Bundesbank said the German economy, Europe’s largest, is set to slow after a rebound in the second quarter of the year.

22nd July, 2013
The Reichstag in Berlin: signs of a slowdown in German economic growth are increasing.

The Bundesbank said the German economy, Europe’s largest, is set to slow after a rebound in the second quarter of the year.

“Signs of a slowdown in economic growth are increasing” in line with expectations, the Frankfurt-based central bank said in its monthly report today. “The assessment that the German economy expanded strongly in the second quarter after a weather-related weak start to 2013 is being confirmed by current indicators. Important contributions to...

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