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Germany’s recovery taking longer than expected

Data published today show that the weakness in German GDP in Q2 was due to the low level of household spending. Consumption should increase sharply in Q3. But with manufacturers struggling, the economy will probably not regain its pre-pandemic size until Q4 this year at the earliest.

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