EU: The magic is not in the numbers (but in the political precedent)

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The recently announced European Commission’s proposal for an EUR 750bn recovery fund sits next to its plan for a 2021-27 macro budget (MFF) worth EUR 1.1tn and alongside support measures already agreed and worth some EUR 500bn. An overall envelope of some EUR 2.4tn – much of it promises of loans and credit guarantees – for 27 states over up to seven years is obviously small. These amounts alone will not be enough to stem the looming economic and fiscal challenges, nor will they resolve the structural problems still haunting the Eurozone, especially regarding the question of debt mutual
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