Reuters/Giampiero SpositoThe gap is widening between Rome and Brussels. The reasons are both diverging interests and increasing domestic pressure on the government. But how far will this fight go in 2016?
A year ago, Italy was widely thought to be on the right path by EU leaders.
Matteo Renzi, a member of the Democratic Party appointed as Prime Minister, was going forward with his reformist agenda, including a labor reform and an overhaul of the Italian electoral and constitutional laws to put an end to political instability in the country.
Results are starting to show: the economy grew by 0.8% in 2015 after …read more
Source: Business Insider