March manufacturing growth highest in three years - PMI - Independent.ie
Eurozone unemployment refuses to budge from near-record highs - FT.com
Manufacturing still 'too reliant' on domestic demand - Telegraph
This makes no sense whatsoever and it shows just how confused things are. If you can't rely on domestic demand, it shows you the economy is weak. It's not about being 'too reliant' on domestic demand. That's simply idiotic.
Major economies end first-quarter on weaker note | Reuters
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