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The EU looks towards green coronavirus recovery

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Gabriela Baczynska

EU Correspondent , Reuters

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German Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner visits a booth with organic food during her opening tour of the International Green Week (Internationale Gruene Woche) agriculture and food fair in Berlin, Germany, January 18, 2019.    REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch - RC1EC8E2A5C0
German Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner visits a booth with organic food during her opening tour of the International Green Week (Internationale Gruene Woche) agriculture and food fair in Berlin, Germany, January 18, 2019. Image: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

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