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Ancona
17-yr-old held over nightclub disaster released

17-yr-old held over nightclub disaster released

 
Rome
Upbeat govt says budget proposal for EC 'in black and white'

Upbeat govt says budget proposal for EC 'in black and white'

 
Rome
Strasbourg: Italian victim in coma, can't be operated on

Strasbourg: Italian victim in coma, can't be operated on

 
Rome
Italy raises anti-terror measures after Strasbourg

Italy raises anti-terror measures after Strasbourg

 
Rome
Italian reporter 'hit in head in Strasbourg attack'

Italian reporter 'hit in head in Strasbourg attack'

 
Ancona
Three injured in nightclub disaster out of danger

Three injured in nightclub disaster out of danger

 
Rome
Pollution up after Rome waste-plant blaze (2)

Pollution up after Rome waste-plant blaze (2)

 
Rome
People in employment down 52,000 in Q3, 1st fall since 2015

People in employment down 52,000 in Q3, 1st fall since 2015

 
Rome
Record 3.1 mn on temp contracts in third quarter - ISTAT

Record 3.1 mn on temp contracts in third quarter - ISTAT

 
Rome
Unemployment down to 10.2% in third quarter - ISTAT

Unemployment down to 10.2% in third quarter - ISTAT

 
Rome
Soccer: Inter and Napoli out of Champions League

Soccer: Inter and Napoli out of Champions League

 

Rome

'Level 100' pensions won't spur youth hirings-Boccia

No analyses that support this thesis says Confindustria chief

'Level 100' pensions won't spur youth hirings-Boccia

Rome, November 12 - The government's plan to effectively lower the retirement age, allowing people to end their working lives when their age and number of years of social-security contributions reach 100, will not automatically lead to the entry into the labour market of young people, Confindustria industrial employers group head Vincenzo Boccia said Monday. Boccia spoke after the parliamentary budget office (UPB) said the 'level 100' reform would mean people getting State pensions between 5-30% lower than under the current system. "I should like to point out that the benefits to employment deriving from the revision of pension rules are far from automatic," Boccia told the House budget committee. "We have not been able to find an analysis that substantiates the hypothesis of a 1-to-1 replacement between young people and people who are more advanced in age", he said.

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