Posted on 31 Aug, 2017
When the boost to economic growth comes from abroad
Posted on 27 Jul, 2017
Italy is a very interesting destination for entrepreneurs and wealthy individuals that want to have free access to the EU.
Posted on 20 Jul, 2017
The total number of people employed in Lombardy has reached a total of 4 million units, thus exhibiting a +2.8% annual increase. Milan is the first city in Italy, with 1.9 million workers
Posted on 22 Jun, 2017
While the Brexit negotiations are still far from having a well-defined outcome, the most important European cities have long been racing to take over from London as the main business district of the Union.
Posted on 19 May, 2017
Milanese football clubs attract foreign investors – Italy’s capacity to attract foreign capitals is on the rise. This is what emerged from At Kearney’s FDI Confidence Index, an annual survey of global business executives that ranks which markets are most likely to attract new investments in the years to come.
Posted on 06 Apr, 2017
Home to more than 6.389 foreign invested companies, Lombardy is the largest recipient of FDI in the country. Commited to create a new investor – friendly economic environment where the Public Administration acts as a business facilitator. With this in mind, the Region has launched a new measure called AttrACT.
Posted on 28 Mar, 2017
The City of London, today the undisputed European financial heartland, is expected to lose part of its international appeal due to Brexit .Milan, Italy’s most business-focused city, has everything it needs to compete with other European cities to become a Eurozone hub for financial services. Why Milan? The article presents some reasons why Lombardy’s capital is a suitable post-Brexit candidate.
Posted on 14 Feb, 2017
More than 300 participants, 100 speakers, 6 roundtables, 9 businesses awarded: these are just some numbers from the 2017 edition of the AttrACT Invest in Lombardy Days. During the fifth edition of the highest-profile event dedicated to Foreign Direct Investment in Italy, Regione Lombardia presented the project AttrACT. AttrACT aims to increase Lombardy’s attractiveness to foreign investors by building a clear, transparent and favorable economic context.
Posted on 17 Jan, 2017
AttrACT: ATTRACTING INVESTMENTS FOR THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF LOMBARDY (Milan, 7 February) The capacity to attract investments is nowadays essential to strengthen regional economic growth, in particular at a time of growing competition for capital, talent and businesses […]
Posted on 04 Nov, 2016
Gli investimenti cinesi in Italia rappresentano una componente fondamentale per il nostro Paese. La Cina appare sempre più interessata ai nostri settori industriali tradizionali, alle nuove tecnologie (compresa l’agricoltura e l’agroalimentare), alle infrastrutture, alla protezione ambientale, alla pianificazione cittadina, al turismo, alla logistica, ai trasporti e poi naturalmente a tutto
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