CNBC - 10/10/2016
This December, Italians will head to the polls to vote on the country's referendum on constitutional reform. Yet if the public votes against it, it will be seen as a "missed opportunity", Italy's finance minister told CNBC.
"If there is a 'No' vote — which I hope will not be the case — it will be basically a missed opportunity for the country," Pier Carlo Padoan, Italy's Finance Minister told CNBC Friday.
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