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Europe's next recession risk: Germany

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As recession spreads across Europe, Germany may not be able to avoid being dragged down.

In the past week, Spain and the United Kingdom revealed that they had slipped back into recession, with two straight quarters of economic contraction.

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In all, 12 European economies are now officially in recession.

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