The head of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, predicted Friday that the eurozone economy would begin to recover in the latter part of next year, his confidence contrasting sharply with an official report showing that unemployment in the 17-nation bloc continues to set new records. ‘‘We haven’t gotten out of the crisis yet,’’ Draghi told Europe 1 radio in Paris. ‘‘The recovery for the entire eurozone will no doubt begin in the second half of 2013.’’
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