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OECD: major economies slowing

Advanced economies are slowing down, and China is slowing even faster, the OECD warned. ||| Advanced economies are slowing down, and China is slowing even faster, the OECD warned on Monday on the basis of leading indicators. The eurozone is again sending signals of below-trend growth, as are Germany and France, Britain which is not in the eurozone, and Canada. “In Italy, the composite leading indicators point more strongly to a slowdown,” the OECD said.
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