Germany and France Escape Recession
A steady flow of economic indicators released in recent days points to a light at the end of the tunnel for Germany and Europe after months of economic malaise. French and German gross domestic product (GDP) climbed 0.3 percent during the second quarter, official data revealed on Thursday, signalling an end of the recession in both countries and inspiring confidence that the worst phase of the global downturn has passed.
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