Summary of Euro Area Policies

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Euro Area Policies summary
Negative medium-term externalities threaten a promising euro-zone recovery.

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While macroeconomic conditions in the near term augur a recovery in the euro zone, the medium-term outlook is less upbeat, according to this authoritative and reasonably accessible report from the International Monetary Fund. The aftermath of the recession and the ongoing machinations of the Greek crisis threaten more robust growth and employment across the region. Policy makers will need to continue their concerted efforts to put the economy on a sustainable path. getAbstract recommends this influential recap to executives doing business in the euro zone.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How the euro-zone economy is improving in the short term
  • What medium-term risks threaten a continuing recovery
  • What initiatives policy makers must take to move the economy forward
 

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According to numerous indicators, the euro zone is experiencing a solid economic upturn in the short term, with regional GDP growth set to reach 1.7% in 2016, up from 1.5% in 2015. The European Central Bank’s quantitative easing has been critical to that recovery, along with a cheaper euro and low oil...
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