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Fri, 27 Jun, 2014 02:44:08 AM
FTimes Report, June 27

Prime Minister Alexander Stubb on Thursday said the strategic agenda of the European Union should be based on free movement of goods, services, money and people.

“European economy has gone through a three-phase crisis: first a banking crisis, then a sovereign debt crisis, now a growth crisis. The situation is still very fragile,” said the premier in Helsinki ahead of the European Council, according to an official press release.

He said, “What we need now is bold market liberalisation. The EU strategic agenda should be based on free movement of goods, services, money and people.”

“It is not the EU or the member states that create growth and jobs. It is up to people and enterprises to do that, and political leaders should do everything to facilitate this,” said Stubb, adding, “We need structural changes at the Member State level, finalisation of the digital single market and the single market for services at the EU level, and more free trade with our key partners and globally.”
 

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