Euro-zone Economy To Shrink In 2013

Wall Street JournalEuro-Zone Economy to Shrink in 2013Wall Street JournalBRUSSELS—The European Union's official economists Friday predicted the euro-zone economy will shrink for the second year in a row in 2013 and the third year in the last five, in a forecast that sees little hope that easing financial-market tensions in the ...European Commission Offers Grim Prediction for EconomyNew York TimesEurozone downturn and deficits to persist, Commission saysBBC NewsEurozone faces continued contraction in 2013XinhuaBloomberg -Reuters -Businessweekall 109 news articles »

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