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German economy shrinks as 'golden decade' comes to an end
Germany's economy shrank in the second quarter as global uncertainty and the trade war took a toll on its manufacturers.
UK economy shrinks for first time since 2012 as Brexit bites
The British economy shrank in the second quarter of the year for the first time in six and a half years largely because Brexit uncertainties weighed heavily on business investment, official figures showed on Friday.
Israel shrinks Gaza fishing zone only one day after expanding it
Israel has cut the offshore fishing restriction it imposes for vessels off the Gaza shore after an alleged launch of incendiary balloons from the blockaded coastal sliver towards the occupied territories.
The Sun shrinks a teensy bit when it’s feeling active
How big is the Sun? Well, that depends on when you’re measuring.
Saudi GDP shrinks for second quarter
Saudi Arabia’s economy contracted for the second quarter in a row as the kingdom grapples with low oil prices and its businesses struggle to cope with economic reforms.
Nigeria’s economy shrinks by 0.5%
Gross domestic product shrank by 0.5 percent in the first three months of 2017, an improvement from a 1.7 percent fall in the last quarter of 2016, said Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics.
Middle class shrinks in 9 of 10 US cities
New indications have appeared in the US that show the middle class in the world’s largest economy is hollowing out.
Female pelvis widens, then shrinks over a lifetime
A woman’s pelvic structure keeps adapting over her lifetime — first widening to accommodate childbirth, then later narrowing, a new study suggests.
Japan economy shrinks 0.4 percent in last quarter of 2015
New official data show Japan's economy has further contracted during the last quarter of 2015, dealing another blow to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's bid to boost the country’s economic growth.
Japan's economy shrinks 1.8% in Q2
Japan's economy shrank 1.8 percent in the April-to-June period, worse than forecast and raising more questions about the government's economic policy.

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