RIGA - An increase in the European Union (EU) budget for the next two to three years would not only help countries "warm up their economies", but also increase the solvency of entrepreneurs, increase turnover and thus reduce rising unemployment, European Parliament Member Ivars Ijabs (For Development) believes.
Ijabs thinks that if the availability of financing varies considerably between member states, there is a high chance of facing mass emigration and even greater inequality between people. At the same time, he pointed out that the crisis could only be overc...
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