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The economic recovery of Europe
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The European economy has been harshly hit by the coronavirus crisis. In a few months, the European Union has managed to take a new step towards solidarity between its member states with the adoption of a maxi recovery plan worth 750 billion euros, financed by commonly-issued debt f for the very first time. EU leaders also approved a new seven-year European budget of 1.1 trillion euros. How will the governments of the world's second economic zone use the resources to help their countries bouncing back?
The EU executive, which tracks the economy for the 27 countries in bloc, said GDP growth in the eurozone would reach 2.6% in 2022 and a sharply lowered 1.4% in 2023. Photo: Andre Pain / AFP
The EU executive, which tracks the econo... […]

EU cuts growth forecasts as war-stoked inflation surges

The European Commission has slashed growth forecasts for the eurozone, saying the consequences from the war in Ukraine were continuing to destabilise the economy because of record high inflation
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