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The eurozone economy, for so long a source of uncertainty, has enjoyed its best year in a decade, clear evidence it has broken out of the prolonged debt crisis that raised fears about the very survival of the euro currency.In its first estimate for the fourth quarter, Eurostat, the European Union's statistics agency, said Tuesday that the eurozone expanded by 0.6 percent in the October-December period from the three months before.The eurozone even grew faster than the U.S., which expanded by 2.3 percent.That exposed the weak underbelly of the eurozone – the state of the public finances in a number of member economies.
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