Italy has no plan whatsoever to leave the Euro, Borghi says
03 October 2018 | 2:37 pm
Italy Head of Lower House Budget Committee Claudio Borghi discusses market reaction to the Italian budget and fears that the nation will attempt to leave the euro.
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