Italians need convincing as well as connecting to join digital drive

By Agnieszka Flak and Stephen Jewkes MILAN (Reuters) – When Giulia Spada gets a traffic ticket, she pops along to her local post office to pay it. "It's not that straightforward, and it's just easier to go to the post office." Spada's experience epitomizes Italy's struggles with the Internet. Bringing superfast Internet to all Italian homes by 2020 has become one of the pillars of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's push to galvanize a stagnant economy, create jobs and open businesses to the global market.

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