The German government cut its growth forecast for 2019 and 2020, Reuters reported on Wednesday.
The internal government report cited by Reuters refers to weaker than anticipated exports and reduced state consumption. The conclusion is a subdued growth projection of 1,8% for 2019, down from original estimates of 2,3%.
Germany is the biggest economy in the Eurozone and tends to be treated as a proxy for the Eurozone. 2019 presents a number of political risks to the German economy, including Bre...
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