Italy's last prime minister fell thanks to fights over E.U. money. The new one now has the chance to spend it

On Feb. 13, former European Central Bank president Mario Draghi was sworn in as Italy's prime minister. Draghi's political ascent is tied closely to the dramatic repercussions the coronavirus pandemic has had on the Italian economy. In ...

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Main Author: Fabio Bulfone;Arianna Tassinari
Format: Newspaper Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Washington Post 23.02.2021
published in: Washington Post.com
Data of publication: 20210223
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Database: Factiva Major News and Business Publications (Corporate)
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