Italy's Senate definitively approves austerity budget
ROME Dec 22 (Reuters) - Italy's Senate on Thursday definitively approved Prime Minister Mario Monti's 33-billion-euro austerity package aimed at restoring market confidence in the euro zone's third-biggest economy.
The Senate voted 257 to 41 in a confidence vote called to speed the passage of the measures.
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