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The good, the bad and the ugly

By Ian Wishart  -  28.02.2013 / 06:03 CET
The latest economic forecasts from the European Commission make difficult reading for most EU member states.
Bleak situations and gloomy prospects
Fragile but with reasons for optimism
Signs of hope and brighter prospects
 

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