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Higher national contributions to fill Brexit gap and finance common EU actions in the next budget - Oettinger

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An increased contribution from member states and targeted cuts should be the main features of the EU budget post 2020 to plug the Brexit hole and allow new tasks to be dealt with at EU level, Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger has stated. 
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