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Italy's coalition to work to avert EU disciplinary action over budget: PM's office

Reuters Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
Italy's coalition leaders have agreed to work together to avert European Union disciplinary action over Rome's worsening public finances after a late-night meeting with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Monday, the PM's office said.
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News video: Italy seeks delay to EU budget decision, awaiting tax data - sources

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Italy aims to convince the EU to delay until the autumn a decision on whether to open a disciplinary procedure over its finances, which are expected to look healthier after tax revenue data in July, four coalition sources said on Wednesday. Francis Maguire reports.

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