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Eurozone growth figures: Is Germany's economy flatlining?

The economy in the eurozone has grown by more than anticipated in the third quarter of this year - but it was only a modest 0.2% growth.

And many are worried that Germany - long the economic powerhouse - is losing steam.

The German economy narrowly avoided a triple-dip recession, growing by just 0.1%.

The BBC's Robert Peston reports from Hamburg on the condition of Europe's largest economy.

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