Look around the euro area and uneven growth prevails. While the forecast for the U.K. economy is only modestly better than Germany’s -- Europe’s largest -- the mixed picture across the 19-member region has made it one of the key issues in Britain’s Thursday vote on leaving the European Union. Even though the country isn’t a member of the single-currency bloc, those arguing for an exit say the euro area’s sluggish recovery is weighing heavily on the U.K. and only by cutting ties can it realize its own potential.
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