Study: Gas supply stop from Russia would have far-reaching consequences

The European Union could cope with a short-term interruption in gas supplies from Russia. However, this would cause significant economic damage and require emergency measures to reduce demand and consumption. This is the conclusion of a study published Thursday by the Brussels-based think tank Bruegel.

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