Italian government must see old debts paid
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Social Affairs Commission at the Italian Chamber of Deputies has given the government until June 30th to determine how to settle the healthcare deficit accrued up to 1994. The government must decide the role of the Regions in repaying the Lit 10,000 billion ($6,100 million). It recently confirmed provisions for the state to repay Lit 3,480 billion of debts dating back to 1993/94.
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