Italian public administration owes 35 bln euros to firms

(AGI) Rome, Sept 20 - The Italian public administration owes upto 35 billion euros to companies that supplied goods andservices, according to a study by economic studies office CGIA."Some 31 to 32 billion euros should have been paid up to now.The public administration needs up to 35 billion euros to clearall its debts to companies," said the secretary of the CGIA,Giuseppe Bortolussi. . .

(AGI) Rome, Sept 20 - The Italian public administration owes upto 35 billion euros to companies that supplied goods andservices, according to a study by economic studies office CGIA."Some 31 to 32 billion euros should have been paid up to now.The public administration needs up to 35 billion euros to clearall its debts to companies," said the secretary of the CGIA,Giuseppe Bortolussi. . .