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I believe that greater cohesion and inclussiveness is within EU’s hand’s reach. Europe already has the best social foundations that account for great protection and can be improved for more inclusive growth. Focus should be put on boosting innovation, leading the 4th industrial revolution, and championing free trade in order to create impeccable opportunities for europeans both in Europe and abroad. Furthemore, I strongly believe in increasing the financial literacy of europeans. With greater and safer participation in the financial markets, the political stability and cohesion in Europe will increase.
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Thank you for your comment and valuable input Alex! Continue debating with us your ideas on the Future of Europe. You will be informed at the end of August if you have been chosen to fly to Valencia to present your idea during the Together event.

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