Renzi's reforms leave Italian economy and voters flat



Prime Minister Matteo Renzi logs the progress of Italian government projects on big sheets of paper, keeping track of everything from work on a long-delayed motorway to simplifying the notoriously complex tax code.
"My priority is achieving results. That is the only reason for being here," he said recently in the gilded rooms of Palazzo Chigi, the center of Italian government.
But for all this attention to detail, he has failed to end years of endemic economic underperformance, disappointing many who had bought into his image as a "Demolition Man" out to vanquish the... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Business, Views: 32
Source: Reuters
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