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After dread of Brexit, Europe may be on the upswing after all

  • Wed, 15 Nov 2017 07:57
BRUSSELS – The impact of the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote is still being felt today, but the election of Emmanuel Macron in France and other recent developments in the region suggest the European project is not dead. Government – Luxury Daily

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