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Italy

Il conto per favore Mr Monti

Italy’s new budget will cost every family euros 635 in 2012, or euros 6,402 in 2011-2014 once you include former pm Silvio Berlusconi’s last budgets, according to CGIA Mestre, a think tank. They might fix the finances, but they ‘risk bringing the country’s economy to its knees,’ it says.

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