In a boldly worded statement released on Thursday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called for strengthened policy responses from European countries to ensure stronger financial integration, which will bolster Europe's recovery.
"Europe's recovery is expected to solidify, but comprehensive and bold policy action will be needed to restore fiscal health, address remaining weaknesses in the financial sector and implement reforms to restore competitiveness and growth," the IMF said.
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