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For too long Italian companies have not been competing in the global economy
What will be the consequences for Italy, and for Europe, if the prime minister fails to deliver?
Prime Minister Mario Draghi has pledged reform — but is it enough?
Former ECB chief has transformed perceptions of his country but may not be premier for much longer
Italian government balks at high cost of recapitalising world’s oldest bank
The country faces its best — and maybe last — chance to shake off secular decline
Loosening of Covid restrictions boosted demand, widely watched business survey finds
A sell-off of government stakes would bolster the prime minister’s credentials as an economic liberaliser
Companies have been forced into the digital realm in a country notorious for slow, bureaucratic systems
Former ECB chief has presided over calm bond markets since his appointment as Italy PM
Third-largest eurozone economy reverses initial first-quarter contraction from previous three months
Body will oversee how €248bn in EU pandemic relief and state funding is deployed
Vaccines and relaxing restrictions are ‘working magic’ on business and consumer morale
Decision to sacrifice €115,000 annual income comes amid country’s economic crisis
Germany, Spain and Italy log output falls in first quarter, though France rebounded
Comparison with larger listed peers suggests organic growth in region of 6% per year
Italian PM sets out package of spending and reform aimed at mending division as well as boosting GDP
Country raises €5bn as it seeks to lock in low borrowing costs before rates rise further
Industry battles for survival as slow vaccine rollout threatens to delay reopening
Prime minister also promises to speed up vaccinations amid surge in Covid infections
Supply chain problems cause raw materials shortage and push up input costs
Borrowing costs have dropped over hopes former ECB chief will effectively deploy EU recovery funds
Latest blockbuster debt deal comes as Italy’s borrowing costs reach historic lows
European manufacturing resilience proves patchy, business survey finds
Leaders should focus on making the best use of the EU recovery fund