Italy Senate Speeds Vote, Berlusconi Plans to Leave

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Nov. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Italy's Senate rushed to pass debt-reduction measures that clear the way for establishing a new government in a bid to restore confidence in Europe's second-biggest debtor. The Senate is set to vote tomorrow on a package of measures including asset sales and an increase in the retirement age. David Tweed reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Look" with Linzie Janis. (Source: Bloomberg)

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