Fiscal Policy and real needs

https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/where-europe-s-migrants-wait?utm_source=news&utm_campaign=news_102916&utm_medium=email&utm_content=_0uGqvx-sYByxwQeqV5zT7JWQjMsYMv1fI9vgaY2W7w

Managing events like the one described at the link above is very demanding in money terms too. Up to now Europe has preferred to avoid any fiscal spending even if it could have completed the monetary effort to support a weak economy. Next year we could start seeing the first fiscal efforts (not difficult to forecast, we are getting closer to German and French elections), Italy is leading in fantasy, the largest suspension bridge ever designed in the world seems to come out of the freezer again (elections approaching in Italy too).

The immigration problem to Europe is not a short term event, structural investments should consider it, more so when resources might be limited and the effort requested potentially larger than available tools.infrastrutture

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