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Coronavirus: 'Frugal' Denmark, Sweden and Austria outline alternative EU recovery plan via @TheLocalDenmark

Greece, Malta, Bulgaria, Norway, Austria, Finland, Slovenia, Hungary, Israel, Denmark, Germany, Slovakia and Lithuania. The second group is made up of Switzerland, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Estonia and the Czech Republic.

"The paper from Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands & Sweden oppose the idea that the EU could borrow money and use it to provide grants to hard-hit states. They are against measures leading to debt mutualisation or "significant increases" in the EU's upcoming 7-year budget.

Austria, Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands formally called for a loans-based coronavirus recovery plan for the European Union on Saturday, according to a proposal published by the office of...

Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden, issued their position paper on Saturday. It follows a French-German proposal for a fund of 500 billion euros ($550 billion) that would make outright grants to help countries and endorses common borrowing.

Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden have put forward a counterproposal for a European coronavirus recovery fund with a two-year time limit and a concentration on loans.

When asked "who sank the euro", in a few years, here is the answer. -|- Coronavirus: 'Frugal' Denmark, Sweden and Austria outline alternative EU recovery plan @GPapandreou @enricoletta

#EU member-states Austria, Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands calls for a loans-based approach instead of a French-German plan for a 500 billion euro #coronavirus recovery fund that would issue grants. #COVID_19

Merkel plan for EU debt meets opposition from Austria, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands.


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