Standard and Poors, the international credit rating agency, has downgraded Italys rating from stable to negative in its most recent valuation. The reason given for the downgrade is that S&P believes that whichever political formation wins the 2006 general elections, whether it is the present centre-right coalition government of Silvio Berlusconi or the opposition centre-left group of parties, neither has the strength nor the political will to impose the necessary economic reforms.
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Cozy 1bedroom apartment in the heart of the historic San Lorenzo, walking distance to La Sapienza University campus, close to both Termini Station and Tiburtina Station and also Po...
Beautiful feathered Saluki puppies, born April 30, vaccinated, microchip, excellent pedigree available to loving homes. Sweet, affectionate, calm in car, educated, playful and ador...