General government gross debt of Italy has risen from 131% in 2016 to 132% in 2018 according to IMF and EC while OECD claims that it, on the contrary, kept dropping since 2016.


Forecasts differ as well: IMF and EC expect further growth of Italy's government debt till 2020, and OECD insist on the further fall.


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