Manufacturing output in the eurozone powered ahead last month but fueled concerns that a two-speed recovery will leave faltering southern European countries far behind. Output in Germany, France and the Netherlands soared in April, according to analysts Markit, to register the second fastest monthly jump since 2000, while Greece contracted and Spain faced slowdown. Guardian
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