Italy mustn't exaggerate on flexibility says Dijsselbloem

'Let's not push' too hard says Eurogroup chief

(ANSA) - Amsterdam, January 7 - Italy mustn't "exaggerate" in the kinds of budget flexibility it is asking for, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said Thursday. "Italy has requested various flexibilities, for structural reforms, for investments, for migrants," he said..."It depends on the European Commission. All I can say is let's not push...you can't exaggerate," he said. Dijsselbloem, the Dutch finance minister, said flexibility was "a margin that can only be used once".
   

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