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16th Jan 2017

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Merkel predicts 2013 to be more economically difficult

Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel says the country's economic outlook for 2013 will be more difficult compared to 2012, reports the BBC. "The economic environment will not in fact be easier but rather more difficult next year," said Merkel in a taped new year's interview to be broadcast on Monday.

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