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Italy’s economy stuck in stagnation for 2019 and 2020, Says ADA Economics’s Tenconi

By OakTV
15 September 2019   |   4:46 pm
Raffaella Tenconi, chief economist and founder at ADA Economics, discusses politics in Italy, its impact on Italy’s economy and losing its investment grade status. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

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