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President: Giorgio Napolitano (2006)

Prime Minister: Enrico Letta (2013)

Land area: 113,521 sq mi (294,019 sq km); total area: 116,305 sq mi (301,230 sq km)

Population (2012 est.): 61,261,254 (growth rate: .38%); birth rate: 9.06/1000; infant mortality rate: 3.36/1000; life expectancy: 81.86

Capital and largest city (2009 est.): Rome, 3.357 million

Other large cities: Milan 2.962 million; Naples 2.27 million; Turin 1.662 million; Palermo 872,000 (2009)

Monetary unit: Euro (formerly lira)

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Index
  1. Italy Main Page
  2. Italy Becomes a Unified Peninsula
  3. The Rise and Fall of Mussolini
  4. Italy Moves to Stabilize Its Economy
  5. Berlusconi Proves to Be Resilient and Persistent
  6. Italy Faces Challenges and Berlusconi Faces Charges
  7. Mario Monti Helps to Stabilize Economy
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