IMF proposes reform of EU debt rules

The International Monetary Fund is urging the European Union to reform its debt rules soon. This cannot wait, a post on the IMF’s blog published Monday said, just days before European finance ministers meet in Prague. Because debt rules are still suspended until and including 2023 due to the pandemic, there is a good opportunity for change now, it said. “The opportunity should not be wasted.”

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