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Eurozone | 28 May 2020 The Commission's Recovery Fund Could be a Game-Changer
Yesterday's big news in the Eurozone was the EU Commission's proposed recovery fund.

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28 May 2020 The Commission's Recovery Fund Could be a Game-Changer

By Claus Vistesen

Yesterday's big news in the Eurozone was the EU Commission's proposed recovery fund.

Posted: 28th May 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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