The Financial Times quotes Global Business and Economics Program Director Andrea Montanino on Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s efforts to reform the country’s economic system: 

“My sense is that Renzi is giving a dynamism to Italy that it didn’t have before and moving things in the right direction. But that’s not enough and when you look at the [economic] numbers they tell us that the results aren’t there,” says Andrea Montanino, director of global business and economics at the Atlantic Council in Washington, and former executive director for Italy at the International Monetary Fund.

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