The government "intends to outline an industrial policy in a complete way in the space of a few months". This was stated by the Minister of Enterprise and Made in Italy, Adolfo Urso, speaking at the presentation of the forecast report "The Italian economy between rate hikes and high inflation” created by the Confindustria Study Centre. “We have opened and set up new sector tables to outline this policy. We cannot wait for 2024, industrial policy must be defined today to respond to the great Asian challenge. A strategic role of the state is needed”, added Urso, underline how the confrontation with the Italian production system and with the unions must be intensified.
The "prophets of doom who said that with the new government Italy would have risked a lot" have been proven wrong. “The spread has remained contained, the Italian stock exchange - beyond the last few days due to crises that come from afar - has done well in these five months of government, businesses have shown resilience and the ability to adapt and relaunch, employment is kept growing. The reaction of the Italian production system was better than those of other European economic situations”, added Urso, underlining how the recovery would be accelerated in 2023 if the resources of the Pnrr were better directed.
Next week “the annual law on competition will reach the Council of Ministers. We need to stop with the Italy of the 'no'. We must go back to producing raw materials, energy and everything we need for our Italian and European strategic autonomy in Italy", added Urso who hopes "there will be more caution in announcements and more gradual decisions" by the ECB.
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