The EU’s New Plan to Transform the Economy – VisualPolitik EN

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Europe has approved a budget of more than two trillion euros. This is the largest public spending plan in the history of the European Union. An expansive policy whose purpose is to increase consumption in the purest Keynesian style.

Brussels’ aim in bringing out these budgets is to transform Europe into a greener, more sustainable and digital economy. The question is, will this explosion of public spending really achieve these goals, or are we perhaps facing a new era of crony capitalism? In this video we tell you about it.

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