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Rome
Salvini, Di Maio spar over business-leader meeting

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Turin
Turin metropolitan authority says yes to TAV

Turin metropolitan authority says yes to TAV

 

Rome

Tria isn't quitting says Di Maio

Economy minister staying put says deputy premier

Tria isn't quitting says Di Maio

Rome, December 7 - Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio on Friday dismissed speculation that Economy Minister Giovanni Tria may resign or be forced out. "I categorically deny any rumours that Minister Tria wants to resign," 5-Star Movement (M5S) leader Di Maio told Radio 24. "Giovanni Tria is doing as great job and you don't change a winning team. He must stay at the economy ministry". There has been media speculation that some M5S members want Tria to step down.

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