Luxembourg’s Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker gave an upbeat assessment of prospects for the Euro area to the European Parliament on November 22. Speaking to the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, the chairman of the Eurogroup stressed the extent of structural reforms already undertaken and that Member States were using increased tax revenues to consolidate their budgetary positions. He warned, however, that unemployment was still unacceptably high. Juncker spoke of accelerating growth a...

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