Italy May Cut $6.6 Billion in Defense Spending This YearLorenzo Totaro and Chiara Vasarri
Italy may save as much as 5 billion euros ($6.6 billion) this year by cutting defense spending as the recession-hit country needs to tame its public finances and cannot raise taxes further, a Finance Ministry official said.
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