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Austerity cuts pinch Italians abroad
Prime minister wins praise for reining in spending, but Italians in New York are feeling the pain.
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2012 14:42

Mario Monti, Italy's prime minister, has been praised by the financial markets for reining in government spending.

However, the cuts have to fall somewhere - from tax hikes to pensions - and the pain is even being felt by Italians living in New York, as Al Jazeera's Cath Turner reports.

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