(Adds details) AMSTERDAM, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Rotterdam port, Europe's biggest, said on Friday its cargo volumes rose 1.7 percent to 442 million tonnes in 2012, but warned that sluggish economic growth would weigh on volumes next year. The Port of Rotterdam Authority said it expected growth in cargo volumes of around 2 percent in 2013 because of the weak state of the Dutch and German economies. "Throughput is expected to increase slightly faster in ...
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