Austerity cuts pinch Italians abroad

Prime minister wins praise for reining in spending, but Italians in New York are feeling the pain.

    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.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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