Mafia costs economy more than old labour laws, says Bindi

Anti-mafia commission head says Renzi must fight crime

(ANSA) - Rome, December 30 - Mafia crime and corruption cost Italy more than old labour laws that were recently reformed by Premier Matteo Renzi, parliament's anti-mafia commission president Rosy Bindi told ANSA on Tuesday. Therefore, Renzi should now put as much effort into fighting crime as he did to promoting his Jobs Act, said Bindi. That would also help the economy, as "the country won't grow if we don't decide to take up a relentless fight against the mafia and corruption," said Bindi.


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