Public intervention in Italy’s ailing banks ‘not ruled out’

Public intervention in Italy’s ailing banks ‘not ruled out’

Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco said on Friday that public intervention in the country's banks was not to be ruled out amid growing fears the sector's €360 billion ($398 billion) in bad debt would trigger a potentially contagious banking crisis.

Bank of Italy boss in corruption probe

Bank of Italy boss in corruption probe

Mafia deters foreigners from investing in Italy

Mafia deters foreigners from investing in Italy

Crime ‘has cost Italy’s economy €16bn’

Crime ‘has cost Italy’s economy €16bn’

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