Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Italy doesn’t need to push through additional austerity measures, Prime Minister Mario Monti said.
Monti said the 20 billion euros in spending cuts and tax increases that his goverenment passed last year are sufficient to help reach the target of a balanced budget in 2013. He spoke today at the Milan stock exchange
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