Rome. That Italy is the last country in Europe for growth out of 28 in 2019, with 0.1%, as shown by the European Commission's autumn estimates, is bad news, but certainly not a surprise. In fact, we were last even in the seasonal forecasts of July, May (again with 0.1), February (but with an estimate of 1.2 on a par with the United Kingdom), and November 2018, again with the GDP of this year seen at 1.2: figure against which the then minister …
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