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Italy’s budget needs to offer credibility, Eurogroup chief says

By Bloomberg
08 November 2018   |   7:59 am
Italy’s government needs to present a budget plan that offers a credible outlook on how the nation will tackle its high debt burden, according to Eurogroup President Mario Centeno.

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