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Paris
Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
Brussels
Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

 
Paris
Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
Brussels
Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

 
Rome
Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

 
Rome
Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

 
Rome
Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

 
Rome
Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

 
Rome
Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

 
Rome
Some school canteens a 'horror film', health minister says

Some school canteens a 'horror film', health minister says

 
Rome
Italy's debt up to 2.3344 trillion in October

Italy's debt up to 2.3344 trillion in October

 

Addis Abeba

Conte rules out major budget changes

EC has expressed concern about plans

Conte rules out major budget changes

Addis Abeba, October 12 - Premier Giuseppe Conte on Friday ruled out the possibility that the government will make major changes to its budget plans. The Commission has expressed concern that the government's plan to let Italy's budget deficit rise to 2.4% of GDP next year risk leading to a breach of the EU rules. "The budget was studied, thought-out and drafted," Conte told reporters during a visit to Ethiopia. "We may consider some interventions (as the bill goes through parliament) but it was constructed as a whole and I would exclude amending anything significant". Concerns about the League/5-Star Movement's budget plans, which have also been raised by several national and international institutions in addition to the Commission, have led to tension on the financial markets recently. The government has said this is caused by prejudice against the executive and argues that criticism of the budget plan fails to account for the way it will bolster growth and, in the process, bring down the debt-to-GDP ratio.

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