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Eurozone exporters are not (yet) fully benefiting from global trade growth


June 2017 | Economy Watch Reports

Global trade has picked up since late 2016, but Eurozone exporters don’t appear to be picking up on this trend. Yet, the manufacturing Purchase Managers Index provides encouraging signals. Not only: new Conference Board projections point to a timid productivity rebound in the Euro Area.


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Ilaria Maselli

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