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House of cards

10 January 2018 By Lisa Jucca

Centre-right parties, frontrunners in March elections, have vowed to scrap a key pension reform passed during the 2011 crisis. The law is rigid, but axing it would hurt young Italians and widen Rome’s fiscal deficit. Investors would have a reason to avoid Italian debt.

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