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Monti says Italy's reforms have only just begun


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Melfi, December 20 - Premier Mario Monti said on
Thursday that Italy has only made a start on the structural
economic reforms it needed to revive its economic fortunes.
Monti's emergency technocrat government has introduced a
series of reforms aimed at liberalising the economy, which has
suffered a decade of sluggish growth, and making the labour
market less rigid since taking power last year.
"We are only at the start of the structural reforms," Monti
The former European commissioner also justified the tough
austerity measures his government had passed to help move Italy
from the centre of the eurozone crisis as necessary.
"Italy had a fever 13 months ago and an aspirin was not
enough," he said.
"It needed a bitter medicine that was not easy to digest
but which was necessary to root out the illness".

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