Made in Italy, Urso meets representatives of industrial districts in view of the bill

The provision aims to promote the growth and consolidation of national strategic supply chains

The Minister of Enterprise and Made in Italy Adolfo Urso met representatives of the main national industrial districts at Palazzo Piacentini, in view of the presentation of the bill on Made in Italy scheduled for next week. The aim of the meeting is to illustrate and share the cornerstones of the bill, designed to support and strengthen national excellence.

In fact, the provision aims to promote the growth and consolidation of national strategic supply chains; change professional training and education with the introduction of the Made in Italy high school; activate support measures for businesses in the tourism, cultural and agri-food fields; support our businesses around the world; protect Made in Italy products against unfair competition, counterfeiting and the Italian sounding; celebrate the “Made in Italy Day” symbolically established on April 15th.

In this process, the industrial districts represent the privileged interlocutors thanks to the dynamism of the small and medium-sized enterprises that make them up, to their widespread presence on the territory, to their specificities. “It is a question – underlined Minister Urso – of a vast and organic provision which can be further enriched during the parliamentary passage and which pays the utmost attention to the Italian production system, creating the best conditions for their activities and providing new financial instruments fit to compete. The bill therefore represents a turning point on a path of reforms that will have to culminate in a new and comprehensive industrial policy plan”