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Electronic Poll

For Italian businessmen, without the single market, the euro and European institutions, member countries would be worse off

The results of the online survey of the 30th edition of the Workshop “The Outlook for Economy and Finance” (Friday, April 5 and Saturday, Aprile 6 2019) Villa d’Este, Cernobbio.

For Italian businessmen, without the single market, the euro and European institutions, member countries would be worse off

In the second session of the second day of “The Outlook for the Economy and Finance” Workshop, the theme of competitiveness was discussed.

The absolute majority (86.2%) of the 200 businessmen present believe that without a single market, the euro and European institutions, member states would be much worse off. In fact, only 7.6% believe that the situation would be better.

In terms of the actions of the European Central Bank, sentiment is absolutely positive for 78.7% of the entrepreneurs involved in the survey.

In terms of the most significant competitive challenges for the banking sector, in first place—cited by 27.2% of respondents—were digitalization and the new business models connected with it. This was followed by regulatory measures and compliance (21.6%) and the need for cost reduction (13.6%).

Panel Competitiveness of Europe and European Financial Markets

Moderatore Mario Monti

Klaas Knot

Yves Mersch

Electronic Poll Results 



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