The Italian Economy Minister Giovanni Tria reiterated on June 19 that the new government remains committed to the objective of reducing Italy’s public debt, "but at a more limited pace than in 2017".
Tria told the public news agency ANSA that the government now projects a 0.8% deficit in 2019, reaching a balanced budget by 2020, while adding that “serious inadequacies that characterise the current European institutional equilibrium," markets continue to exert pressure on Italy, although “Quital...


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