Deutsche Bundesbank Monthly Report, August 2005

The Deutsche Bundesbank published the English version of its August 2005 Monthly Report on 6 September. The Bundesbank said general weak economic growth in the EU, rather than discrepancy in GDP growth rates, is likely the "real reason for widespread discontent with the economic development in the euro zone".

In the August monthly report, the German central bank said the divergence between EU members' GDP growth rates has remained stable, or at least "definitely not become more pronounced".


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