Germany: Exports Will Brighten Winter's ShadowBy
After surging to an annual growth rate of 4.6% in the second and third quarters of 1996, Germany's economy has slipped into another round of stagnation. But growth should pick up this spring, with momentum building in the second half and into 1998.
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