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18 Jun. 2014
People sunbath at Ostia beach, west of Rome June 8,... more
ITALY-BEACHES/
RTR3UDB8
18 Jun. 2014
Ostia, Italy
People sunbath at Ostia beach, west of Rome June 8, 2014. Italy's beaches are a family affair - and that's a problem for the euro zone's third-largest economy. Most of the beaches along Italy's 7,500 kilometres of sun-kissed coast have for decades been managed by small businesses operating concessions that are passed on from generation to generation. Though licences are state-owned, they rarely come up for public bids, allowing Italy's balneari - or beach managers - to keep a tight grip on amenities ranging from single-shack parasol rentals to up-market bars and restaurants. To match Insight ITALY-BEACHES/ Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
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