With eurozone growth now predicted to be less than 1 per cent in 2002, many ministers believe the long-awaited acceleration in growth could still be some way off.
Charlie McCreevy, Irish finance minister, summarised the downbeat mood when he said: "The projections for 2003 are on the downside. There is nothing to look forward to globally in the next ye
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