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Landesmann: Europe is to be built with… patience


After a political change, it is necessary to wait for at least five or six years to see changes in the economy, says the scientific director of the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, who outlines the evolution of competitiveness and production-and-sales specialisation in countries that, having survived recent upheavals, are now knocking insistently on the EU’s doors.

After a political change, it is necessary to wait for at least five or six years to see changes in the economy, says the scientific director of the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, who outlines the evolution of competitiveness and production-and-sales specialisation in countries that, having survived recent upheavals, are now knocking insistently on the EU’s doors.

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