This ETF hands you the best of Italian firms

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LISTEN:   The Italian economy ranks among the biggest in the world but has offered investors very little growth for the past decade. High unemployment—especially among the country’s youth—as well as regional income disparities and high government debt are key problems. Still the country is home to some exceptional companies, such as Ferrari (see page […]

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