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Sweden Is Right: The Economy Should Be Left Open – OpEd

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 22 April 2020
Sometimes, the best thing to do, is to do nothing at all. Take Sweden, for example, where the government decided not to shut down the economy, but to take a more thoughtful and balanced approach. Sweden has kept its primary schools, restaurants, shops and gyms open for business even though fewer people are out in public or...
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