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Your Sunday Briefing: Back to Work
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Apple’s Reliance on China Grows Perilous With Chaos in iPhone City
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India’s Top Court to Consider Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage
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Antonio Tajani 

Italy’s right-wing coalition would not seek an overhaul of the country’s plan for spending European Union recovery funds, a leading member of the alliance said as investors closely watch Sunday’s general elections.
“It is impossible to renegotiate Italy’s plan to spend the funds,” Antonio Tajani, deputy head of the center-right Forza Italia party and a former president of the European Parliament, told Bloomberg in Rome on Tuesday. “More flexibility is possible, not a revolution.”

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