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MNI BRIEF: Risk Of Gas Shutdown A Growth Threat - EU Gentiloni

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The biggest threat to economic growth across Europe was the risk of further Russian gas supply shortages, EU Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said Monday.

Speaking ahead of the Commission's updated economic forecasts, due Thursday, Gentiloni said "What could change the situation we are in and bring us in a more difficult economic situation are supply cuts and real shortages of supply,” he added.

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The biggest threat to economic growth across Europe was the risk of further Russian gas supply shortages, EU Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said Monday.

Speaking ahead of the Commission's updated economic forecasts, due Thursday, Gentiloni said "What could change the situation we are in and bring us in a more difficult economic situation are supply cuts and real shortages of supply,” he added.

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