Industrial production in powerhouse Germany fell more than expected in July, data showed on Friday, indicating that any recovery in the eurozone was more unpredictable than hoped.
The Siemens gas turbine factory in Berlin. German industrial production fell more than expected in July, following a sharp increase in June, official data showed on Friday.
Industrial output in Germany, the eurozone's biggest economy, contracted by 1.7 percent in July after expanding by 2.0 percent in June, Germany's economy ministry said.
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