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For too long Italian companies have not been competing in the global economy
KKR faces political hurdles and potential rivals in its €33bn takeover pursuit
Italian premier addresses public finances as he signs new co-operation treaty with French president Emmanuel Macron
Macron and Draghi want closer ties in Europe but face test over cross-border defence deal
Giancarlo Giorgetti says reforms are critical to reversing more than two decades of economic stagnation
Former ECB chief has transformed perceptions of his country but may not be premier for much longer
Democratic Party candidate seizes Rome from the former upstart party which also lost Turin
Ben Munster writes from Rome on the new mass politics, techno-determinism, blockchain, and the end of Italian “e-democracy”.
Demonstrators take to streets on day mandatory measure for workers is introduced
Two rivals who became kingmakers are both eyeing Berlin’s finance ministry
Requirement would be strictest measure in Europe so far to curtail movement based on vaccination status
Media tycoon, 84, had undergone ‘in-depth checks’ after latest health scare since catching Covid
Mario Draghi has begun a programme of essential reforms and overseen a strong economic recovery
Sluggish courts targeted in ambitious national programme underpinned by €200bn from EU
Despite Forza Italia’s return to government, the long-term prospects of the party as well as the family business are uncertain
The populist politician on working with Draghi, his hardline stance on immigration — and his conversion to believing in a strong EU
Catholic church fears the draft bill could erode ‘freedom of thought’
Italy has changed tack since it signed up for China’s Belt and Road Initiative two years ago
Former ECB chief has presided over calm bond markets since his appointment as Italy PM
Body will oversee how €248bn in EU pandemic relief and state funding is deployed
Draghi overhauls management of companies set to receive EU recovery funds
As EU funds roll in, a real shift in political and corporate dynamics will take more than job changes, say analysts
Decision to sacrifice €115,000 annual income comes amid country’s economic crisis
Giorgia Meloni shaping up as far-right’s rising star
Italian PM sets out package of spending and reform aimed at mending division as well as boosting GDP