The economy of the eurozone has not grown quite as strongly in the spring as originally expected. The gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 0.6 percent between April and June compared to the previous quarter, as the European statistics office Eurostat announced on Wednesday. In an initial estimate, the figure had been 0.7 percent.
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