Lords hear evidence on Genuine Economic and Monetary Union

04 June 2013

The House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs will take evidence from a chief economic analyst on European Commission plans for Genuine Economic and Monetary Union (GEMU)


At 11.00 am, Tuesday 4th June 2013,  Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster

  • Megan Greene, Chief Economist at Maverick Intelligence
  • Graham Bishop, European Affairs Specialist
  • Hugo Dixon, Reuters News

The Committee will ask the witnesses for their views on how realistic the European Commission’s plans for Genuine Economic and Monetary Union are, whether the proposals will be sufficient to break the link between bank and sovereign debt and what the impact on the operation of the single market will be. The Committee will also explore the affect this could have on the UK’s place within the EU.

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