European Companies Aren't Selling Enough Stuff
As Europe's governments debate whether increased austerity or a dash for growth would best resuscitate the economy, it's clear that euro-zone companies aren't achieving anything like the sales growth of their U.S. counterparts. That suggests the European Central Bank will struggle to prevent the economy from sliding back into recession.
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