An employee tidies a table on an empty terrace at Piazza Navona in Rome on October 23, before a coronavirus curfew was imposed. Photo: TNS An employee tidies a table on an empty terrace at Piazza Navona in Rome on October 23, before a coronavirus curfew was imposed. Photo: TNS
An employee tidies a table on an empty terrace at Piazza Navona in Rome on October 23, before a coronavirus curfew was imposed. Photo: TNS
David Brown
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by David Brown

Battered Europe needs a full fiscal union to drive its economic recovery

  • Signs are already pointing to an uneven economic recovery across the continent. Stronger fiscal stimulus is needed to revitalise domestic demand, but Europe must also open its doors to faster export-led growth, especially with major trading partners like China

An employee tidies a table on an empty terrace at Piazza Navona in Rome on October 23, before a coronavirus curfew was imposed. Photo: TNS An employee tidies a table on an empty terrace at Piazza Navona in Rome on October 23, before a coronavirus curfew was imposed. Photo: TNS
An employee tidies a table on an empty terrace at Piazza Navona in Rome on October 23, before a coronavirus curfew was imposed. Photo: TNS
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