"Unacceptably" high eurozone unemployment ran at a record 12 percent in February, official data showed Tuesday, with more than 19 million people on the dole a "tragedy" for Europe.
Office of the French state-run employment agency, Pole Emploi, in the northern Paris suburb of Pantin, on March 25, 2013. Eurozone unemployment ran at a record 12% in February, with more than 19 million people on the dole as the debt crisis continued to sap the economy, official data showed.
The figures and a weak manufacturing sector report added to the gloom after data earlier this year had encouraged some hope the European economy might finally have touched bottom.
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