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Amy Kazmin is the FT's Rome correspondent, covering Italy’s politics and economy, as well as environmental and social challenges. She was previously the New-Delhi-based South Asia bureau chief, leading coverage of India and its neighbours, and a Bangkok-based south-east Asia correspondent.
Amy has won prizes including the Human Rights Press Award, multiple Society of Publishers in Asia (Sopa) citations; the Work Foundation's feature writer of the year; and India's prestigious Ramnath Goenka excellence in journalism award for foreign correspondent of the year. She holds degrees from UC Berkeley and the London School of Economics.