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27th May 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

Italy’s budget deficit will narrow further this year, but it will stay wider than policymakers expect.

The government has lowered its expectation for the impact of EU recovery funds; it’s still too high.

Germany’s push for the return of the SGP is falling on deaf ears; it won’t come back in the same form.

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