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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Seeking highly qualified EFL teachers for various courses (general, business and exam prep) from early September 2018. Teaching and coordination approx. 24 hours per week with ful...
VIA LIVIO TEMPESTA - 100 sqm apartment on 3rd floor, newly restored, semi-furnished, living room with dining area, 2 bedrooms, study or 3rd bedroom, 2 bathrooms, beautifully furnis...
VIA UGO CONTI SINIBALDI (Aurelia) - close to German School, private street, quiet, 130 sqm ground floor apartment with nice large garden, semi-furnished, large living room, dining...