An in-depth look prepared by Ambrosetti Club on the impacts of the reforms on Italy’s infrastructure system over the short- and medium-to-long term.
Research Study by Ambrosetti Club on the impact of the major reforms implemented by the government on Italy and its economy.
Throughout the year-to-date, 2016 has been characterized by major reform initiatives by the Italian government. This approach is particularly useful given the current situation in which Italy finds itself and the need to no longer put off the actions required to modernize the country.
The prospects for the next six months remain positive, although there are signs for concern due to the slow-down in China and of the Asian and emerging economies (in particular Brazil and Turkey), as well as ongoing geopolitical tensions with Russia and in the Middle East.
The turning point has arrived. As forecast by our indicators at the end of last year the first quarter of 2015 showed an increase in business activity and a resumption of investment. After nearly four years of uninterrupted contraction of economic activity, the negative trend finally became positive between January and March 2015.
Class CNBC: Phone call interview with Paolo Borzatta.