After two years of hearing prime minister Silvio Berlusconi tell Italy that the economy was in fine shape and that Italians were better off than their European fellows, the message has been reversed. Berlusconi, the eternal optimist, could not bring himself to break the news so it was delivered by Gianni Letta, who is officially just an undersecretary in the prime minister
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