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Data Less Disappointing, but World Economy Still Weak

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Wed, 5 Sep 2012

Recession risks in three of the world’s four largest economies have risen. Germany experienced the biggest shift as deteriorating economic conditions across the rest of Europe weighed on the export sector and domestic sentiment. Japan and the U.S. also saw their recession risks rise in large part d

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