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The COVID-19 Pandemic: A New Public-Private Balance

During these unprecedented times, it is essential that the public and private sectors work together in building the post-COVID-19 reality. Italy will value such exchange now more than ever...
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A Guide to the New Italian Government

After an unexpected summer crisis, Italy officially has a new government led once again by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. APCO’s team in Italy shares three things to know about the situation, and insights on key pieces of the government’s new agenda...
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Navigating the Rise of Populism and Anti-Establishment Forces in Europe

The future of the European markets will likely see new shifts of power and a highly-fragmented political and social landscapes that companies need to be ready to navigate...
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Italy's Political Rollercoaster

The “government of change”, should focus on the socio-economic issues of national security, public order and control of migratory flows, together with social welfare, pensions and tax reforms...
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How to Navigate “Italy First”

Italy sent shivers down Europe’ spine as anti-establishment Five Stars and hard right Lega formed a government almost two weeks ago. Companies, organisations and governments dealing with Italy will need to navigate a transformed and multi-layered landscape...
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Italy has been without a government since elections on 4 March ended in a hung parliament. After more than 80 days, attempts to form a political government have failed...
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Renzi wins the Democratic Party’s Primary

The former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has won the primary elections of the Democratic Party with 70% of votes, overcoming the other two competitors, the Minister of Justice, Andrea Orlando, (around 20%) and the President of the Puglia Region, Michele Emiliano (around 10%). ..
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