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Unwelcome pressure

1 December 2004 By Edward Hadas

A shrinking trade surplus with the US could cut 2005 GDP by 0.3%. High oil prices could cause another 0.2% reduction. The stumbling eurozone economy does not need the extra pressure. But an outright recession still looks unlikely.

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