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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission will ask Italy on Wednesday to explain what factors contributed to the deterioration of the country's public finances as the EU executive prepares a report that is likely to be the basis of disciplinary action against Rome.
MILAN (Reuters) - There will be no impact on public finances if Italians reject a referendum on constitutional reform on Sunday but there could be "48 hours of market turbulence", Italy's economy minister Pier Carlo Padoan told daily newspaper Avvenire on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: A detailed strategy on how to address growing concerns over the health of Malaysia’s public finances will be addressed in Budget 2014.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Asylum seekers fleeing Iraq and Syria are straining Sweden's public finances just as the government is likely to cut its estimate for economic growth next year, Finance Minister Anders Borg said on Monday.
LAST Monday, the world woke up to a shock when a bankrupt Greece imposed capital controls after it failed to reach a settlement with creditors on a bail-out for the country’s debts.
LONDON: British finance minister Rishi Sunak said he would not try to fix the public finances overnight, days before he presents a budget statement that is expected to include further heavy borrowing to steer the economy through the COVID-19 crisis.
SINGAPORE: The policies outlined in Budget 2014 are steps in the right direction and should ease the concerns of credit rating agencies over Malaysia’s public finances, said Kostas Panagiotou, Consulting Economist, IMA Asia.
Economic Report 2013/2014: National transformation process to be accelerated while protecting public finances
MALAYSIA will continue to focus on supporting growth and accelerating the national transformation process while ensuring sustainability of public finances.
KABUL (Reuters) - In a country not short of problems, a looming pensions crisis that could cripple Afghanistan's budget in coming years is a new headache for a government dependent on increasingly war-weary foreign donors.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Indian government moved on Wednesday to mend its strained finances, which have hit capital investment and put its sovereign credit ratings in peril.