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What improvements are desirable and realistic for the eurozone from an economic and social point of view?

By Olivier KLEIN

05/11/2018

Please find here the final summary about the Citizens for Europe Consultations

The European League for Economic Cooperation-French section (ELEC-F) has organised a Citizens for Europe Consultation, approved by the ministry in charge of European Affairs, on the topic: « What improvements are desirable and realistic for the eurozone, from an economic and social point of view? ».

This Consultation took place in two stages.

  • On 18 September, an initial meeting was held in order to pool the expectations, questions and proposals of the participants and to discuss them with three well-known economists: Agnès Benassy-Quere, Patrick Artus and Xavier Timbeau, as well as the President of ELEC-F, Olivier Klein. This debate was led by Emmanuel Cugny, editorial writer at France Info. Around 90 people participated.
  • On 16 October, a second meeting was held to summarise the conclusions and recommendations of this Consultation.

The two meetings were held in the BRED auditorium, 18 quai de la Rapée, 75012 Paris.

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