Italy Aims to Cut Its Debt by 20% by 2018, Grilli Tells Corriere

Italy plans to sell public assets valued at as much as 20 billion euros ($24.5 billion) annually in order to cut its debt by one sixth within five years, Finance Minister Vittorio Grilli told Corriere della Sera in an interview published today.

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