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Giancarlo Navach

Withering on the vine? Coronavirus compounds southern Italy's woes

26 Mar 2020

BARI, Italy Grape exporters in Puglia – the heel on Italy's boot -- don't have time for debates about European solidarity bonds.

Italian schools go digital as coronavirus shuts classrooms

02 Mar 2020

MILAN For schoolchildren in northern Italy, the beginning of their second week blocked at home because of coronavirus saw a scramble to adapt digital alternatives to the classroom, ranging from online maths games to homework on Dante sent by WhatsApp.

Italian schools go digital as coronavirus shuts classrooms

02 Mar 2020

MILAN For schoolchildren in northern Italy, the beginning of their second week blocked at home because of coronavirus saw a scramble to adapt digital alternatives to the classroom, ranging from online maths games to homework on Dante sent by WhatsApp.

Italian schools go digital as coronavirus shuts classrooms

02 Mar 2020

MILAN, March 2 For schoolchildren in northern Italy, the beginning of their second week blocked at home because of coronavirus saw a scramble to adapt digital alternatives to the classroom, ranging from online maths games to homework on Dante sent by WhatsApp.

Italian government, ArcelorMittal dig in over Ilva row

05 Nov 2019

MILAN Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Tuesday he would not allow ArcelorMittal to pull out of its acquisition of troubled steel plant Ilva, as the threat of huge job losses piled pressure on the government.

French minister hopes for closer ties with new Italy government

07 Sep 2019

CERNOBBIO, Italy With the arrival of a new government in Rome, France and Italy have a unique chance to strengthen their ties through joint projects and closer cooperation on European matters, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Saturday.

Italy business leaders urge government to restore investment scheme

06 Sep 2019

CERNOBBIO, Italy Italian business leaders called on the country's new government on Friday to restore incentives for investment and to support economic growth, while keeping public finances in check.

Italy accuses EU of prejudice after grim economic forecasts

07 May 2019

BRUSSELS/MILAN Italy accused EU authorities of prejudice on Tuesday after they forecast the euro zone's third largest economy would stagnate this year and its huge public debt would rise further.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Mediaset to make decision on pan-European TV project by July 25 board meeting -CEO

18 Apr 2019

COLOGNO MONZESE, Italy, April 18 Italy's Mediaset will make a decision on a possible pan-European free-to-air television alliance by the time of a July 25 board meeting, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Mediaset to make decision on pan-European TV project by July 25 board meeting - CEO

18 Apr 2019

COLOGNO MONZESE, Italy Italy's Mediaset will make a decision on a possible pan-European free-to-air television alliance by the time of a July 25 board meeting, its chief executive said on Thursday.

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