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Small businesses in Italy look to EU recovery fund to stay afloat

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Small businesses in Italy look to EU recovery fund to stay afloat

Small businesses in Italy look to EU recovery fund to stay afloat

The EU has allocated €209 billion to Italy where thousands of people have lost their jobs, but small businesses are worried that they might be left out.


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