Europe Emerges From Double-Dip Recession

The eurozone’s 18-month double-dip recession has finally come to an end, with the bloc growing three-tenths of one percent in the second quarter of 2013. But analysts say growth is patchy and the labor market is still a long way from recovery.

Europe’s largest economy, Germany, has driven the recovery with seven-tenths of one percent growth. And in France, the second largest economy, growth reached half a percent — twice what had been predicted.

Jonathan Loynes, chief European …

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