Never as in the past few weeks has the Chinese economy registered such an increase in growth rates. Data show an expected growth of about 1% in this annus horribilis of 2020. Nothing like the past years’ growth rates, but growth still, especially in the face of a serious global recession
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Premio Penisola Sorrentina -Sorrentine Peninsula Award-, the writer Raffaele Lauro, General Secretary of Unimpresa, will intervene, among other authoritative speakers, at the conference, organized by the Director of the award, Mario Esposito, in collaboration with the Municipality of Sorrento and the Sorrento Foundation, on the theme "Environment, culture and tourism", which will be held on Saturday 24 October, at 10.30, at the Municipal Palace of Sorrento.
A first and concrete answer, for PMI, is offered by a precious guide book, entitled "The seven rules for selling abroad, even at the time of Covid-19", which, before being a small marketing handbook, represents a trip. A journey made up of many trips, many experiences, so much study, so much work. A journey of a thousand miles which, in the words of the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, was undertaken by the author, Luca Bargilli, starting with small steps.
In relation to the tax reform hypotheses, Unimpresa hopes that the Anglo-Saxon tax system will be taken as an example: a simple, short and extremely linear system that leaves no room for doubt for the interpretation of the taxpayer
Secretary General Lauro: "Effects of the pandemic plus structural deficiencies in the country"
The Italian economy and society are desperately trying to get out of the darkest period since the end of the Second World War. The national production this year is experiencing an unprecedented decline, estimated at -12%, and next year it is only expected to recover a fraction of what was lost
Mario Draghi's speech in Rimini is not only acceptable, but represents a historical passage, a prospect of an exit from the crisis, including a moral one, in which we are bogged down and at the same time a lesson in institutional rigor, made up of intellectual lucidity, of government planning, of protection of democratic freedoms, of love for one's country and, last but not least, indeed first of all, of safeguarding the future of the new generations