EU heading for recession as sanctions against Russia backfire

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The EU’s executive arm, the European Commission, suggests the bloc’s economy will have contracted for a six month period up to the end of March 2023. This means recession. Inflation is forecast to stay high for longer than initially anticipated. Uncertainty surrounds the medium to long-term picture, also.









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