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Sabato, 18 Luglio 2015 00:00

Italy sixth biggest investor in Poland

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Milan - Italy is the sixth largest foreign investor in Poland, with its businesses ploughing nine billion euros into the country, said Henryka Bochniarz, President of Lewiatan, Poland's industrialists' association.
Moscow - Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev has signed a decree aimed at increasing the presence of small businesses in the country. The measure offers tax cuts and other advantages to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Rome - Theatre Does Good ( began work on Monday - a theatre and health information project for Mozambique, created and supported by the Eni Foundation (
Rho (Milan) - The Tanzanian flag is flapping on the highest flagpole at Expo 2015, evocative of everything that country can offer the world, like natural parks, the white beaches of Zanzibar, and Africa's highest mountain, Kilimanjaro, with its perennial…
Sabato, 11 Luglio 2015 01:20

Eni CEO visits Green Refinery in Venice

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Rome - The CEO of Eni, Claudio Descalzi, on Friday visited the Green Refinery in Venice, an installation with a nearly perfect health and safety record. After meetings with the management and employees of the refineries of Taranto and Livorno,…
Sabato, 11 Luglio 2015 01:14

Russia to expand business exchanges with Italy

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Naples - The effects of sanctions imposed on Russia following the Ukrainian crisis" have not yet caused disaster" from the business standpoint, though the latest figures "do indicate a non-positive trend".
Rho - Mere accounting but not only, as Expo means also employment, satisfaction, image return. The Expo has recently released the figures referring to the first two months of the event, namely 15.6 million tickets sold, of which 8.450 million…
Venerdì, 10 Luglio 2015 01:25

Italian microfinance in Russia presented in London

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London - The main function of Mikro Kapital, which operates in Russia and other former Soviet countries and is headed by Italy's Vincenzo Trani, is to assist small and very small companies and individuals wanting to start a business.
Giovedì, 09 Luglio 2015 00:48

Microsoft announces 7, 800 job cuts after Nokia deal

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New York - U.S. tech giant Microsoft said on Wednesday that it will cut 7,800 jobs as it attempts to revive its flagging phone hardware business - starting with a restructuring costing 750 to 850 million dollars.

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