The turmoil in Italian politics continues and is likely to come to a head before the end of 2014. Six months after promising a catalogue of reforms, new Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has delivered little and the economy has got worse. Now he faces finding 20 billion euros to meet the commitments he has made to Brussels.

<i>Italy is heading towards another crisis, the features of which are likely to emerge before the end of 2014. Six months after Prime Minister Matteo Renzi took office, his government has achieved no significant economic reform. It needs to find at least 20 billion euros to meet the budgetary targets agreed with the European authorities. Mr Renzi faces various opti...

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Professor Enrico Colombatto
Italy will not collapse, but it is heading towards some kind of a crisis - economic, political, or both. The reaction of Brussels to such crisis could set a precedent, especially if it gives in to Mr Renzi’s requests and responds by postponing the fiscal deadline to 2015 or later
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