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Germany to unveil sombre 2024 economic forecast amid ‘perfect storm’

By France24
21 February 2024   |   2:04 pm
The government will unveil its latest economic forecasts for 2024 on Wednesday, with media reports suggesting a sharp downgrade to a mere 0.2 percent growth. In its autumn projections, the government was still expecting output to expand by 1.3 percent.

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