ShipStore web site ShipStore advertising
testata inforMARE
ShipStore web site ShipStore advertising

11 July 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:03 GMT+2



June 11, 2020

This page has been automatically translated by
Original news
Moretto (Confetra): limited resources allocated to the benefit ports and port cluster

We ask the government , he said, to raise the bar and compete positively with us on a great Country Project

"Well the decrees law Cura Italia and Relaunch, the government recognized the centrality of the logistics and tried to dab the work haemorrhage and billed." It's said today the vicar vice president of Confetra, Silvia Moretto, at an informal hearing at the House Transportation Committee, noting that "now you have to try to correct what's there to be corrected parliamentary conversion. I think first of all - he explained - resources allocated to ports and clusters and then you have to turn the page."

Moretto recalled that Confetra presented at Palazzo Chigi Minister De Micheli's Dossier on Simplifications: "We look forward to the Infrastructure Annex and the PNR to understand the direction of travel that, even in our sectors, the government will want to undertake. We enjoyed -- he explained - the cutting of the IRAP, although the main measure of fiscal civilisation remains the reduction of the wedge on the cost of Work. And, in this direction, we presented the MEF with a proposal that could affect at least, experimentally at a first stage, the eight million private workers who are not are stopped during the lockdown."

"We should also confront each other," continued the deputy vicar president of Confetra - on investment, public and the logistical and infrastructure gap that separates southern italy from the rest of Italy, and Italy from the rest of Europe, and how to really support exports for the benefit of Italian manufacturing and logistics by positioning the country well in the complex scenario of today's global trade between Silk Road, Brexit, the duty war.'

"In short," Moretto concluded, "we ask the government, as long as from the next General States, to raise the bar and measure positively with us on a great Country Project that has the logistics and industry at the heart of the political and economic agenda. Nor more or less of what is happening in Germany, France, and in all the major industrialized countries of Europe and the G8, however, which nevertheless continues to distance Italy from the Logistic Performance Index."

PSA Genova Pra'



Search for hotel
Destination
Check-in date
Check-out date








Index Home Page News

- Piazza Matteotti 1/3 - 16123 Genoa - ITALY
phone: +39.010.2462122, fax: +39.010.2516768, e-mail