Two of Europe’s biggest economies — Germany and France — reported signs of a recovery. Each saw growth of 0.3 percent in this year’s second quarter.
But despite a turnaround for those countries, much of Europe is still mired in recession.
Roben Farzad, a senior writer for BusinessWeek, joins Martin Savidge to discuss how fast the world economy is rebounding and to analyze what it will mean for the United States.
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