Στουρνάρας: Οσο δεν υπάρχει εμβόλιο ή φάρμακο για τον κορωνοϊό, δεν μπορούμε να προβλέψουμε με ασφάλεια την ύφεση

Την άποψη ότι δεν μπορεί να γίνει ασφαλής πρόβλεψη για το μέγεθος της ύφεσης από τη στιγμή που δεν ξέρουμε πότε θα βρεθεί εμβόλιο για τον κορωνοϊό, εξέφρασε ο Γιάννης Στουρνάρας.
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Trump calls Confederate flag ‘freedom of speech,’ gives heated response on police brutality
President Trump said the Confederate flag should be protected under the First Amendment.
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