Italy: Europe Bond Markets Rally Amid Higher-Than-Expected Deficits in Italy

Sep 29, 2023 | 16:40 GMT

Italy: Government Will Present Roadmap For Possible Return to Nuclear Power

Sep 22, 2023 | 15:46 GMT

Italy, China: Rome Reassures Beijing Amid Likely BRI Exit

Sep 5, 2023 | 16:32 GMT

Italy: Rome Announces New Economic Powers, Partially Backtracks Bank Windfall Tax

Aug 9, 2023 | 16:41 GMT

Italy: Rome Announces Surprising 40% Windfall Tax on Banks

Aug 8, 2023 | 16:33 GMT

Italy: Rome to Spend EU Funds on Energy Infrastructure Revamp

Jul 28, 2023 | 16:55 GMT

EU, MENA: New Initiative to Stem Illegal Migration Across Mediterranean Sea

Jul 24, 2023 | 15:58 GMT

Italy: Rome Unveils Plans to Reopen Closed Mines to Boost Critical Raw Material Output

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