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Eurozone | 28 June 2019 Who Will get the Top Jobs in the EU, and Should Investors Care?
Last week's capsized European Council summit added to our suspicions that uncertainty over the EU's top jobs will linger over the summer.

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28 June 2019 Who Will get the Top Jobs in the EU, and Should Investors Care?

By Claus Vistesen

Last week's capsized European Council summit added to our suspicions that uncertainty over the EU's top jobs will linger over the summer.

Posted: 28th Jun 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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