Slowdown in machinery exports points to weakening German economy

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BERLIN — Trade conflicts and a weakening global economy have hit growth in Germany’s export-reliant machine-building sector, data showed on Wednesday, adding to signs that Europe’s largest economy could slip into a recession. Exports grew by just 0.9% to 89.2 billion euros ($99 billion) in the first half of the year, according to figures released […]

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