BERLIN, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Supply constraints among German manufacturers are still far from acute, a German economic think tank said on Wednesday, signalling there is further breathing room before bottlenecks could cause inflationary pressures. The Munich-based Ifo institute said industry's utilisation rate -- a measure of actual output as a percentage of total installed capacity -- in January rose nearly 10 percentage points to 84.7 percent verus the same month last year. Despite the ...
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