Olli Rehn on AIT, market neutrality and EU fiscal policies

Olli Rehn
Photo: Bank of Finland/Karoliina Vuorenmäki

Over the last 15 years, you have had an almost unique perspective on the crises and evolution the European Union has gone through. From a personal, as well as an institutional, point of view, what are the main lessons you would highlight from this tumultuous era?

I recall that Jean Monnet used to say that Europe is forged through crisis. But, sometimes, we could do with less of the crises. I believe Europe’s existence and raison d’être is based on the idea that we need common European solutions

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