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Chief executive deserves credit for holding out for a big dowry, but he may have made enemies along the way
Italian government balks at high cost of recapitalising world’s oldest bank
Democratic Party candidate seizes Rome from the former upstart party which also lost Turin
Italian government wants deadlines extended as negotiators say capital injection remains stumbling block
Ben Munster writes from Rome on the new mass politics, techno-determinism, blockchain, and the end of Italian “e-democracy”.
Failed government attempts to cajole people into having children ignore the bigger picture
Demonstrators take to streets on day mandatory measure for workers is introduced
Vaccination success provides basis for confidence as Rome eyes reforms to unlock €205bn from EU
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UniCredit is poised to carve up world’s oldest lender, sparking consolidation of Italy’s banking system
Gas crisis starts to bite in country that spends proportionately more on household bills than rest of eurozone
Prime minister promises no tax increases and says economic rebound expected to grow at 6% this year
Requirement would be strictest measure in Europe so far to curtail movement based on vaccination status
Decision unrelated to small amount of Mafia-linked invoices, says bank
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Respected ski operator closes after 22 years; LVMH’s new flagship hotel launches on the banks of the Seine
As the fashion dynasty opens its first London restaurant, we join the family – and their cows, chickens, vegetables and vines – on the estate in Tuscany that will stock its larders
The country faces its best — and maybe last — chance to shake off secular decline
Italian national carrier set to be replaced within weeks by new standalone airline
Italy’s greatest sparkling wine has become the victors’ fizz of choice – and the name couldn’t be more apposite
A vision of Italy filtered through a Swedish lens
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