CNN's Nina Dos Santos talks with former Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti about lowering unemployment numbers in the EU.
Mario Monti is starting work to form a new government to lead Italy out of the acute debt crisis which prompted the resignation of Silvio Berlusconi.
Italian stocks have fallen sharply, reacting to news that Prime Minister Mario Monti plans to resign.
Outgoing Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti hints that he may be ready to run for a second term in next years election. At a news conference Sunday he said 'If a credible political force asked me to be candidate as prime minister for them, I would consider it,' Monti is widely respected for restoring Italy's reputation after the scandal-plagued era of Silvio Berlusconi. But after 13 months of repeated tax hikes and spending cuts an election bid could be a tough sell.
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