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No Cause For Alarm

The European Union Is Showing Some Cracks, But Project Professionals Aren't Rattled

It would seem to be a fraught time for project professionals in Europe. This year, the 60th anniversary of the European Union (EU) has generated an abundance of headline-grabbing worries. There's Brexit and what Britain's looming departure from the EU might mean for the countries that remain. The Syrian refugee crisis continues to send a stream of asylum seekers flooding into Germany, Sweden and Hungary in particular. And terror attacks in the hearts of Paris, London and Barcelona have underscored continued vulnerabilities. But in spite of the uncertain environment, EU project managers say initiatives are marching forward.
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