REGULATIONS AND INCENTIVES
Structural reforms were introduced in the 1990s that allowed Italy to harmonise its regulatory, fiscal and incentive framework with European standards.
In particular, some major reforms were implemented in the labour, credit, energy and public administration markets.
The three fundamental divisions of economic legislation underwent a revolution, the main focus of which was to adapt regulations to those of more advanced countries with the goal of rendering System Italy more attractive to economic operators and more competitive on an international scale.
The site BusinessItalia offers accurate information in four languages on opportunities for doing business and producing in Italy in light of these recent economic reforms.
Business Italia website
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