Italy Financial Crisis

  Italian Premier Mario Monti gestures waits for the start of the RAI (Italian State Television) TV talk show "Porta a Porta" (Door to Door) in Rome, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011. Monti, an economist and former EU commissioner who took office less than three weeks ago, announced emergency measures on Sunday that seek to save €30 billion through austerity measures, and reinvest €10 billion of savings from those measures to enhance growth, stuck at zero for a decade. (AP Photo/Roberto Monaldo, LaPresse) ITALY OUT
Italian Premier Mario Monti gestures waits for the start of the RAI (Italian State Television) TV talk show "Porta a Porta" (Door to Door) in Rome, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011. Monti, an economist and former EU commissioner who took office less than three weeks ago, announced emergency measures on Sunday that seek to save €30 billion through austerity measures, and reinvest €10 billion of savings from those measures to enhance growth, stuck at zero for a decade. (AP Photo/Roberto Monaldo, LaPresse) ITALY OUT

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