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Rome is now under pressure to adopt reforms, which could fuel further support for eurosceptic parties.
Italy's eye-watering public debt is set to rise to an all-time high of 133.3 per cent of GDP this year from 132.8 per cent in 2016.
Alarmed by the growing weight of money owed on the economy, the European Commisssion has ordered the Government to put in measures worth at least 0.2 per cent of its GDP - or risk penalties.