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The State of the World Economy and the German Economy in Fall of 2003 - Report of the six economic research institutes

Growth of total world output has accelerated since last spring. The factors that had dampened growth during the early months of 2003 have lapsed, economic policy continues to be stimulating and the assessment of the prospects has become more favourable. The recovery is led once again by the United States. Developments in Japan are surprisingly good and the phase of weakness in Southeast Asia has been overcome. Whereas output in the EU accession countries has continued to grow strongly, the euro area has remained mired in stagnation....

27. October 2003

Authors DIW Berlin IWH HWWA IfW Kiel ifo Institut München RWI Essen

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