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It is a growing Europe that starts at an optimistic fourth quarter with rosy prospects for the coming year, though likely to be less positive than the current one. In the second quarter, GDP grew, compared to the already positive first quarter, both in the Euro area and in the European Union 28 countries, marking a total of + 0.6%. Compared to 2016, the corrected GDP for the effects of the calendar has increased by 2.1% in the Eurozone and by 2.2% in the EU28, slightly up from the first quarter, respectively by 1.9% and + 2.1%.On the other hand, the same International Monetary Fund had revised upwards estimates for some euro area countries, including France, Germany, Italy and Spain, after the positive performance recorded in the first quarter. In the Eurozone, the IMF estimates were up by 1.9% (+ 1.7%) and 2018 to +1.7% (+ 1.6%).Italy will remain with Japan the tailbone of the G7 countries, with an expected GDP growth of 1.3% (against 0.8% assumed three months ago), which should...


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4,000 persons attended the funeral of Steno Marcegaglia, founder, in 1959, of Macegaglia Group, one of the biggest steel producers in the world. Known in Italy as “King of Steel”,...




Spain's jobless rate has fallen for the first time in two years. In the period from April to June, the number of unemployed Spaniards fell by 225,000.The means 26.3 percent of the...




It's the end of an era, as production of Ford's workhorse – the Transit van – shifts from Britain to Turkey with the loss of hundreds of jobs. Some of the more than 500 workers who...




EU anti-trust authorities said on Wednesday that tax breaks offered by the Spanish government to the financiers of Spanish shipbuilders were illegal. Spain allowed investors to buy...




European car sales slumped to their lowest total in 20 years in the first six months of 2013 with the region's auto industry hit by heavy losses from overcapacity and weak demand....




Another slowdown in China's economic growth will put further pressure on Beijing to speed up reforms.The National Statistics Bureau said the slowdown was partly the result of the...




Italian steel production reduces in May by 11.2% from 2012.


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