Italy and the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, have announced a new budget deal after weeks of wrangling over the country’s 2019 spending plans.
Italy’s government said last week that it would lower its deficit target for next year to 2.04 percent, down from an original target of 2.4 percent. The target was confirmed by the Commision on Wednesday.
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