Cameron ‘worried’ about state of European economies

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On his arrival at the December 2014 EU Summit, British Prime Minister David Cameron said thathe has “worries about the state of other European economies.”

I’ll be wanting to hear about plans other have to make it easier to employ people, to deregulate, to reform, to make sure the European economies grow so the the British economy can continue growing,” he added.

EU leaders are meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday to reach an agreement on the new climate and energy policy framework for 2030. The last EU Summit chaired by Herman Van Rompuy will also look at the state of the European economy and address some foreign policy issues. Ebola is also on the official agenda.


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