EU economy posts marginal growth
The EU's GDP grew by 0.4 percent from April to June, Eurostat said on Tuesday. The eurozone grew by 0.3 percent. This is respectively a 1.8 and 1.6 percent increase compared to the same period in 2015. Growth was 0.5 percent in both zones for the first half of 2016. Romania (1.5 percent) and Hungary (1.0 percent) recorded highest growth while France, Italy and Finland stagnated.