Summary: Europe now faces economic challenges that include high energy prices; the collapse of trade with Russia; the closing off of Chinese markets; and a return to industrial policy and trade discrimination by the U.S., a country with a giant current-account deficit that buys more from Europe than any other trading partner.
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