INPS may come again, though collateral still not understood

  • 15 Feb 2002
The Italian government is considering enlarging its Eu6.35bn securitisation of delinquent social security contributions for the second time. The idea has been on the table since November. SCCI SpA, which is backed by about Eu50bn of late payments due to INPS, the Italian social security agency, was launched ...

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