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Eurozone | 29 May 2020 The EU's Recovery Fund won't Help Anyone in 2020
As the dust settles from Wednesday's budget proposal by the EU Commission--see here--economists and investors are left with a myriad of questions.

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29 May 2020 The EU's Recovery Fund won't Help Anyone in 2020

By Vistesen Claus

As the dust settles from Wednesday's budget proposal by the EU Commission--see here--economists and investors are left with a myriad of questions.

Posted: 29th May 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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