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Euro-zone export prospects have improved

Sluggish economic growth in the euro-zone’s trading partners and a deterioration in competitiveness caused an extremely rare absolute decline in euro-zone export volumes last year. Poor competitiveness will remain a perennial problem, but global growth prospects have improved this year which should contribute to a better performance for exports.

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