Robin Harding

Financial Times

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Tokyo Bureau Chief, and former US Economics Editor, for the Financial Times

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Economists around the world anticipated decline in the economy of the Eurozone in fourth quarter of last year, but it turned out to be much bigger than expected.

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Economists around the world anticipated decline in the economy of the Eurozone in fourth quarter of last year, but it turned out to be much bigger than expected.

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