Italy in pasta 'price-fixing' probe

Police raid pasta makers over continuing high prices in country's staple food.

    A food row over price-fixing in Italy's pasta industry is threatening to boil over.

    The government is demanding to know why the price has increased so dramatically.

    Italy's financial police have raided the offices of several of the country's pasta makers as investigations continue.

    Sabina Castellfranco reports from Rome.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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