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Boosting outgoing and incoming investment to become competitive again

A culture of action, trust in technology and modernity, the readiness to take on challenges, and a capacity to work as a system.

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Export sales from Italy and Piemonte continue to grow

By 1.3% and 4.4% respectively in the 1st half of 2014

In the current situation, which remains difficult and delicate, exports continue to be of primary importance for the growth of the global economy.

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Regional Economy

The climate remains positive for the Piemonte’s manufacturing fabric, but there is a growing risk that the situation may worsen again

In the 2nd quarter of 2014 the world economy continued to grow, albeit slowly and not homogeneously.

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Trends in Piemonte's Economy

The long, slow recovery of the Piemonte’s economy

The global economy continued to expand in the first six months of 2014.

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Piemonte: a region full of opportunities

Chris Dixon, Chief Executive Officer, Silatech S.r.l. - Orbassano (TO) Italy

Roberto Peiretti, Managing Director Italy, Tekfor S.p.a. - Avigliana (TO) Italy

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The role of the independent expert during a corporate crisis

In order to help companies in a reversible financial crisis, the Italian government has introduced a new Bankruptcy Law which includes three different measures to provide a "guided exit" from the crisis.

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Regional Government News

From the Regional Government – A new programme for SMEs to support innovation, the environment and health and safety

Regione Piemonte has approved a new edition of the programme to support new investment by small and medium enterprises when its purpose is to introduce innovation in manufacturing processes or to improve environmental sustainability or health and safety in the workplace.

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Highlights from Europe

The new structure of the Juncker Commission

On September 10th Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission new Presidentelect, announced the allocation of responsibilities in his team.

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