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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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