MILAN (AP) — Edoardo Ronzoni inspects a construction site near Milan that he closed in March as material costs soared. He can’t complete a half-built roundabout at an intersection known for its bumpers because asphalt, cast iron pipes and concrete are too expensive – prices exacerbated by Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Public works projects in Italy come to a halt just as the European Union injects 108 billion euros ($114 billion) in pandemic stimulus funds meant to kick off a building spree.
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