The announcement was more pessimistic than a November estimate that predicted slight growth in 2012. And it came days after European officials agreed to hand Greece a $172 billion bailout, its second in two years.
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Countries that use the euro are headed for a mild recession this year, the European Commission said Thursday, the region’s second economic contraction since 2008, despite years of attempts to solidify the euro zone’s economic standing.
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