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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN ITALY FOR TURKISH COMPANIES

Wednesday, October 7, 2015 – Second step of the first Roadshow
TOBB Plaza Conference Room – Harman Sokak No: 10 34394 Esentepe
Istanbul

Investment opportunities in Italy for Turkish companies

Attracting investment from Turkish companies in Italy: this is the theme of the second step of the first roadshow that was held in Istanbul on October 7th.

The European House – Ambrosetti is working alongside the Italian Trade Agency in a meeting with Turkish investors that included the presence of a delegation of Italian businessmen. The meeting — organized by the Italian Trade Agency — aimed at attracting private capital into Italian companies and is part of a broader-ranging project created several months ago in which The European House-Ambrosetti is involved in a process of profiling companies to attract foreign capital into Italy, in support of the ITA.

Took part in the meeting : Massimiliano Sartori, Consultant at The European House – Ambrosetti; Luigi Mattiolo, Italian ambassador to Turkey; Marco Simoni, Economic Advisor to the Italian Prime Minister; and Stefano Nigro, head of Invest in Lombardy, Promos – Milan Chamber of Commerce.

Also present  Carlo Calenda, Italian Vice-Minister for Economic Development, who presented investment opportunities in Italy and part of the work The European House – Ambrosetti has undertaken in collaboration with the ITA.


See the presentation by Carlo Calenda
(Vice Minister for Economic Development)
“FDI attraction: the Italian Policy”
 




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