ROME, March 28- Italy will probably nudge its forecast for economic growth this year up to 0.7 percent from 0.6 percent when it issues new economic and public finance projections next month, a senior minister said on Saturday. Maria Elena Boschi, minister for constitutional reforms, said at a Milan conference organized by retail lobby Confcommercio that the...» Read More
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