German GDP stays flat in Q4


The German economy remained as large in the last quarter of last year as a quarter earlier. Final figures from the German Federal Statistical Office confirm this, after preliminary figures already pointed in the same direction.

In general, therefore, economists were already counting on an outcome of 0 percent. In the third quarter, the gross domestic product of the largest economy in the eurozone rose by a revised 0.2 percent compared to the previous three months.

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