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Eurozone business activity expanded at its fastest pace in four years last month as the European Central Bank's stimulus package more than offset fears that Greece could crash out of the currency union, surveys showed.Speculation that Athens would miss a 1.6 billion euro repayment to the IMF Tuesday heightened expectations Greece would have to abandon the euro, keeping manufacturing activity in check last month.Price discounting helped drive up the PMI covering the service industry, which makes up the bulk of the eurozone economy.
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