Sabato, 20 Ottobre 2018
VIENTIANE (LAOS)

Monti says public finances a priority whoever wins in U.S.

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Vientiane (Laos), November 6 - Italian Premier
Mario Monti said Tuesday that restoring health to the public
finances should remain a priority in the United States
regardless of whether President Barack Obama or Republican
candidate Mitt Romney wins the presidential elections there.
He warned, however, the investor confidence in the dollar
could crumble quickly if this is not the case.
"Attention on issues regarding America's public finances
will remain high whoever wins the elections," Monti, whose
emergency government has passed austerity measures to steer
Italy out of the centre of the eurozone crisis, told a press
conference at the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Laos.
"But while the dollar continues to be the (world's) reserve
currency and there continues to be a propensity for the private
and public international portfolios to have large quantities of
public debt, this does not mean that things can't change
quickly".

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