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  1. European View

    Europe's election year, and decisions to be made

    by Guido Gentili

    IT
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    Keep in mind that this is an election year in Europe, and therefore a particularly tense one.Also keep in mind there is the new couple formed by US President Donald Trump and UK Prime ...

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    The labor pains of a several-speed Europe

    by Adriana Cerretelli

    IT
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    The fever of a several-speed Europe has broken out, or maybe better, of its rebirth. On April 25, 2017, Rome could become the stage for a new performance, which could have ...

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    The antidote to the "uncertainty factor"

    by Dino Pesole

    IT
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    Indications on the debt front look good, with postal system Poste Italiane about to launch a second phase of privatization — with one eye on negotiations underway about the 2017 budget in ...

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    A punch in the stomach for Europe

    by Adriana Cerretelli

    IT
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    Will it be like a punch in the stomach to make Europe emerge from its autism, find the will to lead, and stop living between blissful indifference, guilty indifference and methodical ...

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    The misdeeds of others, and Italy's mistakes

    by Luigi Zingales

    IT
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    After the France’s cautious reaction to the acquisition by Italy's state controlled shipbuilder Fincantieri of the naval yard in Saint-Nazaire, several readers wrote me angry ...

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    Will 2017 be the year of populism?

    by Luca Ricolfi

    IT
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    We realized that 2016 was a year of decisive change after we were hit by the double populist blow from Brexit in the UK (June) and the election of Donald Trump in the United States ...

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    How ECB's hard line made MPS crisis unmanageable

    by Marco Ferrando and Morya Longo

    IT
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    Little over a decade has passed since the Bank of Italy Governor Antonio Fazio, in the name of stability, managed a banking crisis from behind the scenes by sweeping it under the rug. It ...