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'A wide-ranging and inclusive engagement with all stakeholders is necessary to build a broad-based consensus.' Image: UNSPLASH/Ernesto Velázquez

Maarten Verwey

Director General, DG Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission

Allen Monk

Economist, European Commission


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The expected increase in the unemployment rate reflects the historical relationship between changes in that rate and (negative) GDP growth Image: European Commission calculations
Image: European Commission 2021 spring forecast

Image: European Commission 2021 spring forecast
Image: European Commission 2021 spring forecast

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