European Economics

European Data Response

15 January, 2019

German GDP (2018)

The preliminary estimate of GDP for 2018, and comments by the Federal Statistics Office, suggest that Germany narrowly avoided a recession last year. But this is of limited comfort: the bigger picture is that, having slowed sharply last year, Germany’s economy is likely to remain weak this year.

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