Eurozone GDP Mapped Out [CHART]

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Earlier today we showed that the growth story in Europe isn’t too strong as GDP contracted 0.4% year-over-year, and now thanks to the Wall Street Journal we can map the gross domestic product changes by country.

Italy, France, and Czech Republic all registered contractions for the fourth quarter. While all other countries showed gains, some slowed like Germany, which gained only .3%. With the exceptions of Latvia and the U.K., the southeast of the Eurozone is growing at the quickest rates.

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