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Everything must go

10 August 2012 By Neil Unmack

Fears of relentless austerity have prompted a flurry of proposals from Italian politicians and academics on ways to cut the nation’s debt through asset sales. Some ideas may be impractical, others have failed in the past. But the chorus of calls for action gives reason for hope.

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