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4th Oct 2022 14:49Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • Russia still accounts for some 15% of EZ fossil fuel imports, but this share will fall rapidly next year.
  • Russian gas flows to Europe have slowed to a trickle; we doubt they will be rising anytime soon.
  • Germany is willing to spend 6-to-7% of GDP on the energy crisis; will the rest of the EU follow?

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