“Finding common sources of revenue in order to repay common debt that will be taken up by member states as part of the response to the pandemic is a complex challenge. Even the most fruitful out of the proposed solutions, the expansion of the EU emissions trading system, will not be easy to achieve, since it would mean that the countries that are benefiting from the current system will face loses. The decision to take up common debt marked a milestone for the process of European economic integration. However, the way forward remains long and difficult,” writes Dimitris Katsikas in his article for Capital.gr.

You can read the full article in Greek here.