“The export still represents a great segment of the Italian market, a sector which very often pulls growth and the fact to witness that, despite years of internal and international crisis, the made in Italy is still appreciated worldwide.
This is why we are convinced that Italian businesses, which we believe that they still have important perspectives of growth for abroad sales. This dynamism must be helped with new incentives concerning the fiscal side, the infrastructure side and the diplomatic relations”.
The president of Unimpresa, Giovanna Ferrara, said while commenting the data by Istat, published today, regarding foreign trade.
“It is not a case, Unimpresa is engaged since many years on this, with initiatives, foreign missions, educational programs”, Ferrara added.