Economic data over recent weeks suggests the eurozone recovery has continued throughout the region in the latter part of the year but that growth isn’t electric.
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Dacia’s success isn’t just related to the worst car market Europe has experienced in decades. Analysts say the company was thriving even before the crisis simply because it has no competition.
Report from C.D. Howe Institute says electronic data provides real-time snapshot of regional conditions
Debt crisis still exists in Europe; full recovery not expected before 2015
“Action plans” must be targeted to benefit only certain regions of country at certain times
Conference Board of Canada blames slow global growth of 2.5 per cent this year on eurozone
Region seeing improvements in both manufacturing, services sectors
There is a danger central banks won’t be able to manage the exit properly, leading to losses in their balance books, loss of confidence and high inflation.
Eurozone industrial output rose a monthly 1 per cent in March, double the rate expected in the markets