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High noon

5 June 2019 By Lisa Jucca

The European Commission says the country’s borrowing, which grew to 132% of GDP last year, could justify unprecedented sanctions. That move would need the support of EU governments, and Rome has some wiggle room. But political and economic signs point to a future showdown.

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