Jeremy Leonard, Director of Global Industry Services and Angel Talavera Head of European Economics at Oxford Economics discuss avoiding austerity II in the EU.
With Canada, the United States and other economies attempting to stimulate economic recovery while maintaining debt within sustainable levels, is the European Union on the same page with its 27 member countries? It’s about fiscal frameworks, striking the right balance and applying the lessons of recent history.
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