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[商业新闻] 【整理】2015-08-06&08-08 IMF:意大利经济正在复苏但仍有停滞风险

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IMF: Italian job gains may take 20 years   

After recently emerging from a recession, it could take up to 20 years to cut the jobless rate in half in Italy. CNN's John Defterios reports.


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After recently emerging from three years of recession, word that it would take up to 20 years to cut the jobless rate in half went over like a lead balloon here in Rome. The IMF report was front page news here in Italy with the focus being on two numbers -- the jobless rate at 12.4% and the growing debt pile -- $2.4 trillion. That’s a record representing over 132% of GDP, the second highest in the eurozone. The reality is Italy is not Greece, which has seen about a quarter of its economy wiped out. Nevertheless, Italy has seen its GDP drop by nearly 12% in the last seven years alone.



“The economic recession has been very bad in Italy. Probably Italy is the second worst performer as Greece. And you know, when people hear that they have to wait 20 more years to try to go back to their previous living standard is not good news.”



Since the economy is such a heated issue here, the Italian Finance Ministry responded to the IMF report suggesting the Fund was looking in the rearview mirror and not taking into account the latest reforms. Economist Borri said that’s a fair point.



“I think that the Italian Ministry is right in the sense that the reforms that have been implemented and those that are on the pipeline are gonna be able to improve the growth of this country. And so I think that the situation will get better a bit faster.”



With growth less than 0.5% and the cost of living rising, Italians are suffering from reform fatigue and this is impacting the popularity of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. In May of 2014, his approval rating was at 65%. The latest rating in July of 2015 is just 35%. So he’s going on the offensive offering to cut corporate taxes and property taxes as well. It’s popular at home but not perhaps back in Washington with the IMF.



John Defterios, CNN, Rome.

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After recently emerging from three years of recession, word that will take up to 20 years to cut the jobless rate in half when over lack of light ballon here in Rome.The IMF report was front-paged news here in Italy where the focus being on two numbers: the jobless rate, 12.4% and the growing debt pile,2.4 trillion dollars.That is a record representing over 132% of GDP,the second highest in the Euro zone.The reality  is Italy is not Greece which have seen about a quarter of its economy wipe out. Nevertheless, Italy has seen its GDP dropped by nearly 12% in the last 7 years alone.

“The economic session has been very bad in Italy, probably  Italy is the second worst performance except Greece and you know, when people here that have to wait twenty more here set to go back  to their previous living standards, it is not good news.”

Since economy is such a heat issue here, Italian finance ministry  responded to the IMF report said just in the fund was looking in the  rear view mirror and not taking into account the latest reforms.Economist Borri said that is a very point.

“I think that the Italian ministry is right,in the sense that reform that has been implemented and those  on the bid land are ain’t gonna  be able to improve the growth of this country,so I think that  the situation  will get better and be faster.

With growth of less than 0.5% and cost of living rising,the Italians are suffering from reform fatigue,and this is impact in the popularity of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi,and made in 2014,his approval  rating was at 65% ,the latest rating in July 2015 is just 35%.So it is going on the offensive offering the cut cooperative taxes and property taxes as well.It is popular at home, but not perhaps back in Washington with the IMF.

John Defterios, CNN.
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[Homework]2015-08-06&08-08 IMF:意大利经济正在复苏但仍有停滞风险

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Since economy is such a heated news here, Italian finance ministry responded to the IMF report, suggesting the fund was looking in the rearview mirror and not taking into account the latest reforms. Economist Borri said that's a fair point.
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With growth of less than half a percent and the cost of living rising, Italians are suffering from reform fatigue, and this is an impact in the popularity of Prime Minster Matteo Renzi. He made in 2014. His approaval rating was at 65 percent. The latest rating in July of 2015 is just 35 percent. So it's going on the offensive offering the cut corporative taxes and property taxes as well. It's popular at home, but not perhaps back in Washington with the IMF.
John Defterios, CNN, Rome.

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After recently emerging from three years of recession, word that it would take up to 20 years to cut the jobless rate in half went over like a lead balloon here in Rome. The IMF report was front page news here in Italy with the focus being on two numbers -- the jobless rate at 12.4% and the growing debt pile -- $2.4 trillion. That’s a record representing over 132% of GDP, the second highest in the eurozone. The reality is Italy is not Greece, which has seen about a quarter of its economy wiped out. Nevertheless, Italy has seen its GDP drop by nearly 12% in the last seven years alone.

“The economic recession has been very bad in Italy. Probably Italy is the second worst performer as Greece. And you know, when people hear that they have to wait 20 more years to try to go back to their previous living standard is not good news.”

Since the economy is such a heated issue here, the Italian Finance Ministry responded to the IMF report suggesting the Fund was looking in the rearview mirror and not taking into account the latest reforms. Economist Borri said that’s a fair point.

“I think that the Italian Ministry is right in the sense that the reforms that have been implemented and those that are on the pipeline are gonna be able to improve the growth of this country. And so I think that the situation will get better a bit faster.”

With growth less than 0.5% and the cost of living rising, Italians are suffering from reform fatigue and this is impacting the popularity of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. In May of 2014, his approval rating was at 65%. The latest rating in July of 2015 is just 35%. So he’s going on the offensive offering to cut corporate taxes and property taxes as well. It’s popular at home but not perhaps back in Washington with the IMF.

John Defterios, CNN, Rome.
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[Homework]2015-08-06&08-08 IMF:意大利经济正在复苏但仍有停滞风险

After recently emerging from three years of recession, word that it would take up to 20 years to cut the jobless rate in half went over like a led balloon here in Roma, the IMF report was front page news here in Italy, with the focus being on two numbers, the jobless rate at 12.4% and the growing debt pile $2.4 trillion, that's a record, representing over 132% of GDP, the second highest in the Euro zone, the reality is Italy is not Greece which has seen about a quarter of its economy wiped out, nevertheless Italy has seen its GDP dropped by nearly 12% in the last seven years alone.
The economic recession has been very bad in Italy,probably Italy is the second worst performer after Greece, and you know when people hear that they have to wait 20 more here said to go back to their previous living standards, it's not good news.
Since economy is such a heated issue here, the Italian finance ministry responded to the IMF report suggesting the fund was looking in the rearview mirror, and not taking into account the latest reforms, economist Borri said that's a fair point.
I think that the Italian ministry is right, in a sense that the reforms that have been implemented and those that on the pipeline are going to be able to improve the growth of this country, and so i think that the situation will get better a bit faster.
With growth of less than 0.5% and the cost of living rising, Italians are suffering from reform fatigue, and this is impacting the popularity of prime minister Matteo Renzi, in May 2014 his approval rating was at 65%, the latest rating July 2015, it's just 35%, so he is going on the offensive, offering to cut corporate taxes and property taxes as well, it's popular at home but not perhaps back in Washington with the IMF.
John Defterios, CNN, Rome.

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After recently emerging from 3 years of recession, words that it will take up to 20 years to cut the jobless rate in half whenever lack a led balloon here in Rome. The IMF report was front page news here in Italy, but the focus’s being on 2 numbers, the jobless rate at 12.4% and growing debt pile, 2.4 trillion dollars. That’s a record, representing over 132% of GDP, the second highest in the euro zone. The reality is Italy is not Greece which’s seemed about quarter of its economy wiped off. Nevertheless, Italy’s seen its GDP drop by nearly 12% in last the 7 years alone.
The economic recession has been very bad in Italy. Probably Italy is the second worst performer such as Greece. And you know when people hear that they have to wait 20 more years, said to go back to their previous living standard. It’s not good news.
Since economy is such a heated issue here. Italy’s finance ministry responded to the IMF report, suggesting the fund was looking into the rear view mirror, and not taking into account the latest reforms. Economist Borri said that’s a fair point.
I think Italy ministry is right in a sense that the reform has been implemented and all those that on the pipeline are going to be able to improve the growth of this country. And so I think the situation will get better and be faster.  
With the growth of less than 0.5% and cost of living rising, Italians are suffering from reform fatigue. And this is impact in the popularity of the prime minister Matteo Renze. In May 2014, his approval rating was 65%. The latest rating in July of 2015 is just 35%. So he is going on the offensive, offering to cut corporate taxes and property taxes as well. It’s popular at home, but not perhaps back at Washington with IMF.

[Homework]2015-08-06&08-08 IMF:意大利经济正在复苏但仍有停滞风险

After recently emerging for three years orrecession, word that would take up 20 years to cut the jobless rate in halfwent over like a lead balloon here in Rome. The IMF report was front page newshere in Italywith focus being on two numbers, the jobless rate at 12.4% and the growing debtpile 2.4 trillion dollars. That's a record representing over 132% of GDP, thesecond highest in the Euro Zone. The reality is Italy is not Greece, which hasseen about a quarter of its economy wiped out, nevertheless Italy has seen itsGDP dropped by nearly 12% in the last seven years alone.

Theeconomic recession has been very bad in Italy. probably Italy is the second worst performer except Greeceand you know, we people hear that they have to wait 20 more years to try to getback to their previous living standard is not a good news.

Sincethe economy is such a heated issue here, Italy finance Ministry responded tothe IMF report suggesting the Fund was looking in the rear view mirror and nottaking into account the latest reforms, economist B said that a very point.


I think that the Italy Minister is right. In the sense that reform has been implemented and those are in pipeline are going to be able improve the growth in this country,So I think the situation will get better and be faster.


With the growth of less than a half percent and the cost of living rising, Italians all suffering from reform fatigue and this is impacting the popularity of Prime Minister M, In May to 2014, his approval rating was at 65%, but the latest rating in July of 2015 is just 35%, so he is going on the offensive offering to cut corporate taxes and property taxes as well. It's popular at home but not perhaps back in Washington with the IMF.
                                                   
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