Europe's existential crisis
Joaquín Almunia, José Manuel García-Margallo, Carles Casajuana, César Molinas and Fernando Ramírez Mazarredo
On 15 November 2017, the Rafael del Pino Foundation hosted the presentation of the book "The existential crisis", with the participation of Joaquín Almunia, former Vice-President and former Commissioner for Competition and Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Commission; José Manuel García-Margallo, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, and the two authors of the book: César Molinas, founding partner of Multa Paucis, and Fernando Ramírez, strategic and financial management consultant.
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