The legacy of the pandemic has been overall heavy on the trade front, especially for Italy and Lombardy. In the past few months, however, Italian exports have returned to grow significantly, playing a driving role in economic recovery. So which are the markets and sectors to focus on? Which are the opportunities to exploit and the risk to avoid in a complex international context?
ISPI and Gruppo Italiano della Trilateral Commission organized a meeting with Vittorio Colao, Minister for Technological Innovation and Digital Transition.
By invitation only
L’ISPI e il Gruppo Italiano della Trilateral Commission hanno organizzato un incontro con Vittorio Colao, Ministro per l'innovazione tecnologica e la transizione digitale.
By invitation only
L’eredità della pandemia è stata complessivamente pesante sul fronte degli scambi commerciali, per l'Italia e per la Lombardia in particolare. Negli ultimi mesi, però, l’export italiano è tornato a crescere in modo significativo e a svolgere un ruolo di traino per la ripresa economica. Quali sono dunque i mercati e i settori su cui puntare? Quali le opportunità da sfruttare e i rischi da evitare in un contesto internazionale complesso?
On the occasion of the presentation of the report Rapporto Indagine Internazionalizzazione 2021, Confindustria Lombardia, encompassing nine local Associations, promoted a debate with corporate and institutional representatives, in collaboration with SACE-SIMEST, ISPI and ICE Agenzia.
The event was held in Italian and streamed from Assolombarda's Auditorium.
The meeting falls within the initiatives of the ISPI Centre for Business Scenarios, which promotes analysis and activities concerning international scenarios directed to companies and institutions.
Cybernetic environment has become the nervous system of the highly-informatised countries, since it links together the politico-strategic, military, economic, commercial, industrial, infrastructure and social dimensions.
In this ever-changing context, security issues affect individuals, institutions and private actors. A national security strategy requires common targets, the distinction of functions and actors, the creation of processes able to face threats and challenges stemming from this environment.