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Delphic Prodi

13 September 2006 By Hugo Dixon

The Italian PM probably doesn t want to stymie market forces. But members of his fractious coalition certainly do. Italians bemoan the sale of key assets to foreigners. But the solution is to build up Italy s capital markets, not protectionism.

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