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Germany's economy stagnated in the fourth quarter

WorldNews Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Germany's economy stagnated in the fourth quarterGermany's economy stalled in the fourth quarter, the German statistics office Destatis said Friday. The country's gross domestic product...
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