EU predicts growth will stall in the euro zone due to 'many interconnected downside risks'

Economic growth in the 19- member euro area is expected to slow down in the coming years, the European Commission said Thursday. Gross domestic product in the region is seen growing at a pace of 2.1 percent this year, after hitting a 10- year peak at the end of 2017. The materialization of any of these risks could amplify the others and magnify their impact, "the...
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