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EU bailout package 'would be a game-changer' for Europe, analyst says

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EU bailout package 'would be a game-changer' for Europe, analyst says

EU bailout package 'would be a game-changer' for Europe, analyst says

Guntram Wolff has told Euronews that if EU leaders can agree on a one-trillion bailout package for member states it would strengthen the bloc.

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