Italy’s right-wing coalition, which looks set to win the upcoming general election, will probably run slightly looser fiscal policy than Draghi’s government, but clashes with the EU similar to those in 2011 and 2018 are unlikely. Instead, delays on structural reforms tied to Next Generation EU are a greater risk.
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