European commissioner for the Euro and social dialogue Valdis Dombrovskis holds a press convention on the European Fee in Brussels.
The Vice President of the European Fee for the euro Valdis Dombrovskis mentioned on Tuesday the EU govt was contemplating doable sanctions proceedings towards Italy if Rome didn’t change its price range by Nov. 13.
“It’s one thing we’re taking a look at,” Dombrovskis instructed a information convention, including that the process would concern Italy’s excessive debt and noting that Rome nonetheless had per week to alter.
Dombrovskis referred to a process that might result in fines or the suspension of EU funds if Italy didn’t abide by EU necessities.
Dombrovskis repeated the Fee was open to a dialogue with Italy, however that adjustments to the price range needed to be “substantial”.