Public spending cuts of 5 bln euros aren't enough, Cgil says
Won't lead to desired effect of spurring growth through tax cuts06 March, 16:42
The measures are still "a long way off from leading to the desired effect that was announced by the prime minister in parliament, in which the idea was to shock the economy into change", Camusso said. She was speaking in the Northern town of Brescia, where many Italian industrial companies operate. The Cgil union is one of Italy's biggest labour groupings and is often vocal in its criticism of government economic policy.