Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Italians hopeful for economic recovery, says survey


Rome, August 6 - More than six in 10 Italians hope
for economic improvement in the fall, the association of Italian
businesses Confesercenti reported on Tuesday.
A study conducted by online polling company SWG for the
business association found that 64.4% of those surveyed hope the
country will finally emerge from its long recession by
Economic crisis is the top political priority of nearly
seven out of 10 polled.
Conferescenti called for cutting taxes, especially for
families, to help stimulate consumption.
The association said the government should slash wasteful
public spending to cover the cuts.
The survey also found three out of 10 hoped for stability
in the Italian government, while 10.4% wished for new elections.
Italian political governance was top of mind for 44.6% of
those polled in northern Italy, whereas on Italy's islands,
Sicily and Sardinia, where the economic squeeze has hit hardest,
more than seven out of ten wished economic recovery to take top
Young people also put economics at the top of their wish
Among those surveyed, aged 18 to 24, seven out of 10 put
recovery ahead of politics.

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