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German growth buoyed by demand, spending on refugees

Private consumption up 0.6% in Q3; state spending jumps 1.3%

Berlin

A RISE in German private consumption and higher state spending on refugees more than compensated for weakness in foreign trade, helping Europe's biggest economy to grow at a modest, albeit slower pace in the third quarter, data showed on Tuesday. Record-high employment, rising

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