Italy's Prodi Vows to Enforce Tax Codes

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In Italy, avoiding taxes is part of the national culture — and for those who want to be honest, figuring out the country's tax rules can be a challenge. Prime Minister Romano Prodi has launched a new effort to track down and punish tax cheaters. Beppe Severgnini, author of La Bella Figura: A Field Guide to the Italian Mind, talks with Anthony Brooks.



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