Can Europe Make It?

Katja Kipping at DiEM25's "Next Stop 2019?"

"A Europe that excites people would be one that aims to be a well balanced economy rather than one that's focusing on competition." (Video,  9 mins)

Katja Kipping
28 August 2017

"A Europe that excites people would be one that aims to be a well balanced economy rather than one that's focusing on competition. Because the thing about competitiveness is that we understand that - in the whole world - only a few countries can be particularly competitive. The whole world cannot be more competitive than itself."

Video from DiEM25's "Next Stop 2019?" event in Berlin, 25 May 2017.

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