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Germany vs. Spain
....in a few simple charts.

 

 

Domestic demand and GDP: Germany vs. Spain

Source: Bank of England, Eurostat

 

 

 

 

Nominal unit labour costs: Germany vs. Spain

 


Sources: Bank of England, Thomson Reuters Datastream and Bank calculations.
(a) Tradable goods or services are defined as those potentially tradable, rather than actually traded. Tradable sectors are defined as: agriculture, forestry and fishing; industry; information and communication services; and financial and insurance activities.

 

Bank of England, Rebalancing, 29 May 2013-Speech given by Charlie Bean, Deputy Governor for Monetary Policy

29.05.2013


 

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