Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

IMF endorses Italy's 'to do' decree


Washington, June 20 - The International Monetary
Fund (IMF) on Thursday gave its support to the Italian
government's so-called 'to do' decree of urgent moves to help
revive the Italian economy and lift it out of recession.
"In particular, the announced measures to back investments
and respect EU budget commitments are important," said an IMF
The 'to do' decree, which is already law after being
approved by the cabinet Saturday but needs to be ratified by
parliament, freed up around three billion euros for public works
projects this year, which should create 30,000 temporary
construction jobs.
The decree also featured a move to cut energy bills by a
total of 550 million euros, in part by slashing a tax to finance
renewable energy initiatives.

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