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Stefano Folli | 30.11.21 | 04:57
In his letter to majority parliament members, Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi offers a first political response to the economic data by statistics agency Istat. His answer must be convincing, to avoid that the government find itself crucified on the figures of the new recession. ...
Fabrizio Forquet | 30.08.14 | 05:59
When optimism fails, it is time to move to concrete facts. Europe expects the labor reform, and quickly, if it is to grant Italy flexibility over public accounts. Renzi will have to overcome internal discord to pass the Jobs Act at quickly as possible.
Roberto Napoletano | 30.08.14 | 05:58
The 80 euro bonus has failed to move the country forward in a serious manner. A more substantial jolt is now needed.
Marco Onado | 29.08.14 | 05:59
The financial gap between Italian businesses and those from other large European countries remains wide. Although Europe can help, the credit crunch should be solved mostly on a national level.
Mauro Meazza | 29.08.14 | 05:58
Current uncertainties in tax revenues create a difficult road for investors. In such a situation, it is best to play it safe.
Adriana Cerretelli | 28.08.14 | 05:59
Even though hard to pass in a moment of low approval for the government and high euro-skepticism, France must implement structural reforms in order to avoid isolation.
Fabrizio Forquet | 28.08.14 | 05:58
Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan struggles to maintain Italy’s image in the eyes of international markets.
Lina Palmerini | 28.08.14 | 05:57
President Giorgio Napolitano welcomes the Venice Film Festival eagerly. For him, the festival is a symbol of the nation’s esteem.
Stefano Manzocchi | 27.08.14 | 05:59
What part of the 300 billion euros that Juncker promised will be devoted to investments to increase the value of upstream and downstream phases of industrial production? What our country needs is to attract foreign industrial investors.
Giorgio Santilli | 27.08.14 | 05:58
An analysis of the staggering numbers attributed to go-nowhere infrastructure projects. These projects, which have cost billions of euros, are a huge weight on Italy.
Paola Bottelli | 27.08.14 | 05:57
Administrative law must stop before the limits imposed by common sense and sense of innovation. Otherwise, any court will be able to throw a spanner in the works of modernization in a country already suffering from long delays.
Donato Masciandaro | 26.08.14 | 05:59
Are big fines against banks, imposed by U.S. authorities effective. All evidence suggests that they are not.
Alessandro Leipold | 26.08.14 | 05:58
Mario Draghi made it clear in his speech in Wyoming that aggressive action is required if the labor market is to recover.
Alberto Quadrio Curzio | 26.08.14 | 05:57
Mario Draghi himself is warning everyone—Germany included—about the dangers of a growth deprived euro zone. Yet, given his role, his nationality is not enough: to really count, Italy needs to have more weight in the decision-making process.
Mario Platero | 23.08.14 | 05:59
By helping Sunni extremists and terrorist organizations on one side, and remaining an ally of the United States on the other, the tiny, oil rich, Gulf Emirate is a perfect and symbolic example of how complex the situation in the Middle East has become.
Alessandro Merli | 23.08.14 | 05:58
In terms of employment, the risk of doing too little far outweighs the risk of doing too much. The ECB is ready to move forward, but can only do so if governments help by adopting the necessary structural reforms.
Alberto Negri | 22.08.14 | 05:59
Could the rise of a Caliphate in Iraq and Syria, marked by atrocities and the persecution of religious minorities, have been considered as a possible resolution to the conflicts of the Middle East?
Luigi Guiso | 22.08.14 | 05:58
If Europe is going to recover from the crisis, it needs a federal budget and an authority that can act quickly to thwart or address economic dangers—another sign of the flaws in institutional designs for the Union.
Carlo Bastasin | 22.08.14 | 05:57
Yellen and Draghi will have to work cooperatively on rate maneuvers, necessary to help both Europe and the United States come out of this prolonged period of stagnation, making apolitical decisions that will, however, carry a very real political weight.
Vittorio Emanuele Parsi | 21.08.14 | 05:59
In the wake of the recent ISIS execution, President Obama may fall in to the political sand trap of another “war on terror,” thereby drawing connections to his predecessor,Bush—a connection that Obama worked carefully to avoid early in his presidency.