ROME : Italy's cabinet approved  measures aimed at boosting growth and relieving pressure, from reducing bills and red tape to increasing credit for businesses. "There are many measures in the 'To Do' law," said PM Enrico , referring to the name given to the new decree which is expected to create 30,000 new jobs. "Many of them give Italians the possibility to carry out operations necessary to relaunch the  economy," such as investing in machinery or taking on new workers in a move aimed at tackling high unemployment.