Former EU Commissioner: Europe Needs to Be a Bigger Geopolitical Player

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Sep.23 — The Former EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström joined Alix Steel and Guy Johnson on “Bloomberg Markets: European Close” discussing all things Europe. Topics ranged from the relationship between the U.S. And France to Germany and China.

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