Germany: A Growth Spurt May Be AheadBy
Germany's economy, although still restrained by weakness in consumer spending and construction, is nevertheless gaining momentum, as is the entire euro zone. So much so that the Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development has revised its 2000 forecast for euro-zone growth from 2.8% to 3.5%, the fastest pace in a decade.
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