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Europe faces some of its greatest challenges since WW2 Image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

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Europe’s shrinking workforce is expected to be a drag on the economy Image: Source: Eurostat, European Population Projections, base year 2013
Share of world GDP, current prices, PPP. Source: IMF, 2016
Main migration routes to Europe from Africa and the Middle East Image: Source: International Centre for Migration Policy

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