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ITALY: MNI SOURCES: Lega Could Push Italy Deficit Up To 2.5% GDP
-A decision on Italy's 2019 fiscal deficit will come at a crunch meeting between
Finance Minister Giovanni Tria and the ruling coalition's two party chiefs at
4pm local time Thursday, with a government source saying a compromise was
possible in the range of 2%-2.5% of GDP.
- Asked if [Fin Minister] Tria was sticking to his insistence that the deficit
should not exceed 1.6% of GDP, another source, in the minister's own ministry,
told MNI that "things had changed."
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