Monday, August 3, 2015   

Germany expects 1.8pc in 2014
(02-12 19:08)

The German government expects growth of Europe's top economy to pick up sharply this year and next, driven largely by domestic demand, it said on Wednesday.
"Bouyed by domestic demand, German gross domestic product (GDP) should expand by 1.8 percent this year. And in 2015, growth will pick up further to an anticipated 2.0 percent,'' German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said. --AFP
   
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