Families left out of Italian tax bonus, admits minister

(AGI) Rome, Sept 24 - It is difficult to extend the 80-euro taxbonus to families, Italian Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoansaid in an interview with Avvenire magazine. "I still can't sayI regret having made serious mistakes. But I'll have time to doso when I'm no longer minister", he said. Prime Minister MatteoRenzi's "1,000 day" agenda was the "period in which we willstart seeing the first results. They are not a thousand days ofpromises; they are a thousand days of work. Promises havealready been made, now it is time to keep them and

(AGI) Rome, Sept 24 - It is difficult to extend the 80-euro taxbonus to families, Italian Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoansaid in an interview with Avvenire magazine. "I still can't sayI regret having made serious mistakes. But I'll have time to doso when I'm no longer minister", he said. Prime Minister MatteoRenzi's "1,000 day" agenda was the "period in which we willstart seeing the first results. They are not a thousand days ofpromises; they are a thousand days of work. Promises havealready been made, now it is time to keep them and put theminto practice". . .