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BT's Italy scandal deepens and UK slows, wiping $9 bln off shares
LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - BT lost a fifth of its market value on Tuesday when an Italian accounting scandal compounded a sudden slowdown in its British government work, forcing the telecoms group to cut forecasts for the next two years.
BT European chief to resign over Italian scandal  
BT loses �7bn in value as Italian accounting scandal deepens  
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