Europe dodges recession
By Chris Isidore @CNNMoney May 15, 2012: 7:50 AM ET People wait in line in front of a government employment office in a suburb of Seville, Spain. Despite sovereign debt worries and unemployment raising to 10.9% in the eurozone, the EU and eurozone …
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