European Economics

European Economics Update

14 November, 2017

Is the Italian economy finally turning a corner?

This year, the Italian economy looks set to record its best performance since 2010. And we doubt that uncertainty in the run-up to next year’s general election will bring the recovery to a halt. But economic growth in Italy still looks set to remain slower than elsewhere in the euro-zone.

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