Italy's recovery will be sustained says Draghi

Confidence is returning premier tells House before EU summit

(ANSA) - ROME, JUN 23 - Italy can look forward to a period of sustained growth after the economic earthquake caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Mario Draghi told the Lower House on Wednesday as he reported to parliament before this week's EU summit.
    "The economic situation in Europe and Italy is improving in a big way," Draghi said.
    "According to the European Commission's projections, Italy will grow by 4.2% and 4.4% in 2021 and 2022 respectively, like the rest of the EU.
    "Many of the indicators that we have tell us that the recovery will probably be even more sustained.
    "In short, confidence is coming back". (ANSA).


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