Italy has been the eurozone’s most sluggish economy for more than a decade. Its economy has been sinking deeper into recession while its public debt has been rising.
Italy’s unsustainable borrowing costs are putting the country at the forefront of the debt crisis.
Is the eurozone’s third largest economy strong enough to fight off the problems?
Business Weekly host Oleksandra Vakulina discusses that with Simon Denham of London Capital Spreads.
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