On the road to recovery, the OECD remains optimistic in the future economic growth of it’s countries after the strike of the financial crisis. There is, however, a distinct variance in economic growth rates among the US and the Euro area, according to data collected in latest edition of the OECD Economic Outlook.

While the US economy is predicted to see a year-by-year growth rate of 3.4%, the Euro area is projected to see a more lethargic growth of 1.8% by the end of 2014. Notably, ...

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