The €221,5 billion National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) is taking a shape and infrastructures will certainly play a central role for a structural, sustainable relaunch of Italian economy.
Investments in railways, harbors, roads, water works and digital innovation will be vital to grant a steady and long-lasting recovery, as well as to enhance Italy's competitivity, with particular focus on the South and its infrastructural assets. The nomination of the new Extraordinary Commissioners has been therefore emblematic of the will to speed up the starting and on-going works, also with a view to the prompt and punctual use of Recovery Fund's resources.
What can the Commissioner actually do? Which are the investment priorities emerging from the plan? What lessons could be learnt from the case of Genoa?
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