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Wednesday, 19.02.2020, 01:34
Survey: Nord Stream 2 major infrastructure project has a total economic benefit to the EU of €9.9 bn22.05.2019
The second part of a recent report from Arthur D. Little (ADL) – “Nord Stream 2 economic impact in the construction phase” – analyzes the economic effects (job creation and GDP) of the ongoing project to build two new gas pipelines from Russia to Germany. The report, which is a follow-up to an earlier report created in 2017, analyzes the current status of project investment and concludes that the total economic benefit to the European Union (EU) represents 9.9 bn EUR for building the pipelines, BC learned from the ADL.
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