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(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 10 – After two rounds of
government-formation talks with Italy’s political parties,
Premier-designate Mario Draghi is meeting the nation’s biggest
trade unions and business associations on Wednesday.
    These include the leaders of banking association ABI and
industrial employers’ association Confindustria and the heads of
Italy’s three big trade union confederations, CGIL, CISL and
UIL.
    Among the issues set to be discussed are whether to extend the
COVID-19-linked ban on dismissing workers, which expires on
March 31, the COVID CIG furlough fund, aid to businesses hit by
COVID-19 restrictions and the use of the money from the EU
Recovery Fund.
    President Sergio Mattarella gave former European Central Bank
chief Draghi a mandate to try and form a broadly backed
government last week after outgoing Premier Giuseppe Conte’s
executive collapsed. (ANSA).
   

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