ROME, Dec 19 (Reuters) - The Italian government will extend a decree that gives tax incentives to companies that make investments, a government source said on Thursday. The source said the decision would be taken at a cabinet meeting on December 30. The so-called Tremonti-bis decree, named after Italy's economy minister Giulio Tremonti, was due to expire at the end of the year. The same source said that at the same meeting, the government would also extend tax breaks for Italians who ...
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