EU’s economic growth accelerated sharply in the 2Q of 2010 as Germany’s best performance since reunification more than made up for the struggles of Spain, Ireland and recession-ravaged Greece. A forecast-beating surge in German GDP combined with a solid if less impressive rise in France to push the aggregate GDP growth rate of the 16-country euro zone to 1.0% from the previous quarter and past that of the U.S., which is showing signs of flagging. – Reuters
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