EU energy crisis weighs on Italy’s textile industry
23 October 2022 | 2:19 pm
EU policymakers remain divided over how best to deal with the ongoing energy crisis. High prices are affecting households and businesses across the bloc, including Italy's storied textiles industry, as our correspondents report.
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