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Italy to pay €17bn to rescue failing banks
The Italian government says it has released €5.2 billion in emergency funding to rescue two failing banks - Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca.
Italy to cut spending by €62.5b over two years
Italy has cut its public spending by about €30 billion per year as a result of a controversial review of its expenditure, senior government officials said in an attempt to defend their record on fiscal discipline.
IMF raises Italy growth forecast, but sees ongoing risk
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised upwards its economic growth forecast for Italy, from 0.8 percent to 1.3 percent this year.
Silva, Costa keep Spain in front of Italy
Spain kept its nose in front of Italy in the fight for automatic qualification for next year's World Cup as David Silva and Diego Costa were on target in a 2-1 win in Macedonia.
Europe’s top leagues more predictable, so why are we watching?
There was something familiar about Gianluigi Buffon hoisting the Serie A trophy aloft after the game against Crotone at the end of May. Now, when had we last seen that? Ah, yes, in 2016. Oh, in 2015 as well. 2014? Yep, very much so. 2013 and 2012? Of course.
Italy faces borrowing shock when ECB removes support
Italy faces a ‘horror’ scenario when the European Central Bank winds down its bond buying program in a move that risks sparking a surge in the country’s borrowing costs, according to one of the world’s largest bond managers.
Italy beats Iran with straight sets in FIVB Volleyball World League
The Iran men's national volleyball team has started off its campaign at the 2017 Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) Volleyball World League with a bitter loss to Italy.
Italian bank approves ties with Iranian counterparts
An Italian bank has confirmed that it has approved banking ties with 20 of its Iranian counterparts, said Iran's Foreign Ministry in a letter to Tehran Chamber of Commerce Industries Mines and Agriculture (TCCIM).
Italy on the mend but strong recovery still far away
Italy hosts the G7 summit of world leaders on Friday and, to Italians’ relief, the country can point to signs that it is sharing in the eurozone’s economic revival.
Iranian bank opens office in Rome
One of Iran's leading private banks said it has opened an office in Europe in what could be a sign of fresh openings in the country's international banking relations after the removal of sanctions.
Trump arrives in Italy to meet Pope Francis amid protests
US President Donald Trump has arrived in Italy to hold a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican, as a group of people hold protests against his controversial policies at a site close to the US Embassy in the capital, Rome.
Statistics center: Italy is Iran's top EU trade partner
A statistics center has designated Italy as Iran's top trade partner among EU member states in the first quarter of 2017.
Statistics Center: Italy first EU trade partner of Iran
Italy is designated as the first trade partner of Iran among the EU member states in the first quarter of 2017, a statistical center announced.
EU launches ‘dieselgate’ case against Italy
The EU launched infringement proceedings against Italy on Wednesday for failing to adequately investigate emissions cheating allegations against automaker Fiat.
Iranian feature selected for ShorTS
An Iranian short film is among the short features selection the 18th ShorTS International Film Festival in Trieste, Italy.

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