lunedì 11 agosto 2014

Italy must apply reforms, up to Rome how, says EU

Commission responds to Renzi's FT interview

(ANSA) - Rome, August 11 - The European Commission said Monday that Italy needed "effectively implemented structural reforms... to create the conditions for growth and employment". A commission spokesperson said that the EC has given Rome recommendations on reforms that Italy has committed to, adding that the "implementation of the reforms is a question that regards the (member) State". The spokesperson was commenting on Italy's situation after Premier Matteo Renzi said in an interview with The Financial Times that it was up to his government to decide on the country's reform path, not the EC or the European Central Bank. 

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