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Italy: Antitrust head to help pave way for future reforms

 |  March 31, 2013

Last month’s deadlock over the future of Italy’s head of government has lead to the official formation of two working groups to outline major reforms for whichever future government comes next. As Prime Minister Mario Monti is slated to remain in office until that deadlock is resolved, and President Giorgio Napolitano has also vowed not to resign, Napolitano has set up two working groups to create reforms. The economic working group, comprised of six members, will include the head of the nation’s antitrust authority Enzo Moavero. Moavero is also the head of European Affairs.


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