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EU’s Moscovici says ‘I am not frightened about Italy’

By Bloomberg
20 August 2018   |   1:32 pm
European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici discusses the state of the Italian economy and the prospect of a bailout as he says Italy is "at the heart of the Eurozone."

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