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November 14, 2017

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ANITA asks that the destined resources are not reduced to the road haulage

The association evidences that the way to the relief for international drivers does not help the structured enterprises

ANITA, the association of Confindustria that represents the road haulage enterprises goods and logistics, announcing that she is given the go-ahead to the contributive exoneration for the road haulage enterprises that employ drivers in international transportations, has evidenced that however the provision has a almost nothing effect on the structured enterprises and has moreover asked that the destined resources are not reduced to the field.

In particular, the Inps have diffused the indications for the concrete fruizione of the contributive exoneration. The measure, introduced from the Law of Stability 2016, at least consists in a relief of the social insurance contributions pairs to 80% for an experimental period three-year-old for all leading the professional employees for 100 days per year in international transportations. However in June of 2017, with the so-called "manovrina", the measure is led back in the within of the de minimis one, than - ANITA has remembered - for the field of the road haulage soggiace at the best of 100 thousand euros in the three years.

"Finally - it has found the ANITA president, Thomas Baumgartner - the Inps have diffused the circular that we attended for a long time with the operating indications for the companies so that they can have use of the contributive exoneration for the drivers engaged in international transportations. Even if the measure is yields of a our initiative - it has specified Baumgartner - cannot be said satisfied visas the reduced ones, and in many nothing cases, effects of the measure for the enterprises structured with dependent more exposed to the risk of the offshoring". "As for a long time we demand - it has added Baumgartner - is necessary that the Ministry of Infrastructures and the Transports asks Bruexelles the authorization in order to recognize the decontribuzione also to out of the de minimis one, otherwise the Italian enterprises will continue to lose market shares and the phenomenon of the offshoring of the fleets will continue to happen to the detriment of the Country".

ANITA has remembered that of the contributive exoneration was an instrument in order to allow with in transport international the Italian enterprises to reduce objective the gap competitive and to at least re-balance partially the differential which had to the costs of labor. However - it has denounced the association - "including the benefit within the limits de minimis, remarkablly the effectiveness of the measure for the averages and great enterprises has been reorganized, than more than all they suffer the competition from the foreign carriers in the international traffics and paradoxicalally turn out the most penalized".

"Also for this reason - it has concluded Baumgartner - we cannot accept ulterior cuts to the destined resources to the field. I refer to the amendment to the bill budgetary 2018, approved of from the Commission Public works of the Senate, that it has transferred 50 million euros from the deep road haulage to the marine section(for 8 the November 2017, ndr), which moreover already benefits of various facilities, and ANITA it asks the government to place remedy to you in the prosieguo of iter the parliamentarian of approval, and to avoid that they come to lack resources that up to now have been demonstrated strategic for the development of the field".

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