Paris, November 2 - Italian Premier Mario Monti on Friday said that he would push forward with reforms "for the good of the country". In an interview to the French daily 'Les Echos', Monti said that structural reforms "must continue". "I have tried to explain that it is bitter medicine to swallow, but that it must be done for the future generations of the country," the premier said. Monti said that Italy will be "one of the few countries to show a balanced structure in 2013".
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