Italy Premier Battles On After Surviving Crucial Senate Vote

Jan.20 — Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will work to broaden support for his depleted coalition after falling short of an outright majority in a crucial Senate vote. The premier secured the support of 156 senators on Tuesday, less than an outright majority of 161 votes, while 140 rejected him. Maria Tadeo reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

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