Cazenove's Janet Mui: The biggest risk facing European elections

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Janet Mui of Cazenove Capital Management
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Janet Mui of Cazenove Capital Management

Last year, Europe's sudden weakness rekindled concerns about the region's persistent structural challenges: lacklustre long-term growth, questions over debt sustainability, demographics and political risks.

In the long term, eurozone trend growth is set to slow due to diminishing labour supply. Given a lack of progress in structural reforms and lower capital investment, eurozone productivity is unlikely...

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