In the past weeks important announcements were made by American companies. Cisco, Apple and GE informed that they plan to carry out R&D investment in Italy. In fact, Italy is one of the six leading manufacturing countries in the world, second in Europe only to Germany, ahead of France and the United Kingdom. Now that the Italian Government has implemented a wide programme of reforms to improve the business climate, such as the so-called “Jobs Act” that has made the labour market much more flexible, Italy has gained 30 positions in the global ranking measuring the ease of doing business, growing at a pace of 7 spots a year, on average. Investors are taking notice.
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