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November 2003
Main Economic Indicators -- Principaux indicteurs economiques;Nov2003, Vol. 2003 Issue 11, p265
Academic Journal
Presents data for euro area member countries published in the February 2002 edition of the journal "Main Economic Indicators." Rates of change shown in the tables; Conventional signs used in the data; Abbreviations in units of measurement.


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