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>>>ANSA/ Coronavirus: Anti-cyclical measures needed-Gentiloni

Outbreak weighs on Italy's economic growth says Moody's

>>>ANSA/ Coronavirus: Anti-cyclical measures needed-Gentiloni

Rome, February 26 - Anti-cyclical economic measures will be needed to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus emergency, European Economic Affairs Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said Wednesday. "Faced with the economic impact of the coronavirus it will be necessary to coordinate among various EU countries to adopt anti-cyclical measures, which can favour expansion and avert the risks of recession," he said on the margins of the presentation of country reports. He said the virus would hit the Italian economy hard. "The Italian economy, which has had a bad fourth quarter of 2019, will have its progress very affected by the evolution of the coronavirus affair. "The impact of the virus on the economy is one more reason to combine, with the absolute priority of protecting our citizens' health, also the commitment to limit the spread of panic, which leads to halting economic activities even when it is not deemed necessary by health authorities". Moody's said Wednesday that Italy is more likely to go into recession after the outbreak of the coronavirus in the north. But the agency added that it is unlikely to affect sovereign and sub-sovereign credit profiles. "The outbreak of the virus in the northern regions of Italy - which account for around 41% of the country's GDP - adds further downside to the Italian economy's already weak growth outlook, and increases the risk of Italy sliding into recession," it said. "Although the scale and duration of the impact is highly uncertain at this stage, temporary disruption to consumption and production is highly likely". Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio on Wednesday said the cabinet has approved a specific plan to "correctly inform all States abroad about what is really going on in Italy" in connection with the coronavirus emergency. Di Maio said in a Facebook post after a cabinet meeting the previous night that it is the foreign ministry's task to "contain the spread abroad of incorrect or even fake news" published over the last few days. "The more fake news are broadcast and the more Italy endures damages, also on an economic level". "Over the past few hours we have obtained the guarantee from many States that there will be no blocks or restrictions against us", Di Maio also said. The foreign minister said he was also working on "campaigns" to promote "correct information" aimed at taking off a list of Italian destinations to be avoided due to the outbreak "a series of regions and municipalities that have nothing to do with it". Di Maio also spoke about funding to support Italian exports in the post. "I have organized for Tuesday a meeting to discuss Italian exports and Made in Italy" products, the minister said, highlighting that "300 million euros are ready with the Institute for Foreign Trade in favor of our companies and we will discuss together how to react in the best way to deal with this moment". "An additional 350 million will be allocated for the fund on exports of Sace-Simest", the foreign minister also wrote on Facebook. The first 300 million euros for exports had been announced on February 11. Italian public administration offices must promote 'telework', or telecommuting, and flexibility as part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, according to a directive signed by Civil Service Minister Fabiana Dadone published on Wednesday. More flexibility in the workplace, where possible, was urged for those with health conditions, commuters and parents, according to the directive, which also called for video conferences for meetings.

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