Euro Area had a record low GDP growth of about -4.5% in 2009 followed by the rapid increase to 2.1% next year. International agencies including EC, OECD, EIU, WB, IMF, and UN give the data confirming that although the real GDP growth dropped below zero in 2012 and 2013, now it is finally stable. This is why agencies do not predict any substantial changes in the near future.
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