ITALY: A “relaunch” to nowhere

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The government approved yesterday a new economic aid package – worth EUR 55bn – aimed at helping families and businesses damaged by the Covid-19 outbreak. Originally optimistically entitled "The April Decree" and now rebaptized “The Relaunch Decree”, the document contains 256 articles and is 464 pages long. Tensions in the coalition backing Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s government have led to weeks of delay for this new spending plan. Despite its title, the decree has nothing to do with relaunching Italy’s economy. It merely confirms that the government has no plan for Italy
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