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  • 1-April-2019

    English

    Launch of the 2019 OECD Economic Survey of Italy

    Today, the global economy is facing serious headwinds. According to our latest Economic Outlook released earlier this month, global growth is projected to further decrease from 3.6% in 2018 to 3.3% in 2019 and to 3.4% in 2020. Trade and investment growth remain sluggish and the large increase in inequality many countries experienced before the crisis persists.

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  • 1-avril-2019

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    Des réformes de grande envergure sont nécessaires pour garantir la reprise économique en Italie

    Pour rendre la croissance plus forte, plus inclusive et durable, améliorer les perspectives d'emploi et réduire la dette publique en Italie, les pouvoirs publics doivent mettre en œuvre un programme complet de réformes de grande envergure, tout en préservant les mesures importantes adoptées au cours des dernières années, selon un nouveau rapport de l'OCDE.

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  • 1-April-2019

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    Mr. Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD, in Rome, 1-2 April 2019

    Mr. Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD, will be in Rome on 1-2 April 2019 to present the 2019 OECD Economic Survey of Italy at a Press Conference, alongside Minister Giovanni Tria.

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  • 23-février-2018

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    Objectif croissance 2017 - Italie

    Objectif croissance 2017 - Italie

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  • 30-mai-2017

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    Favoriser le redémarrage de l’investissement en Italie

    Il est indispensable de stimuler l’investissement pour étayer la reprise naissante et dynamiser la productivité, qui actuellement stagne. L’investissement global a chuté de manière sensible depuis le début de la crise financière, en particulier dans les services.

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  • 12-May-2017

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    G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Meeting: Inequality and Growth

    Growth seems to be slowly picking up. This is good news. But we are still facing a vicious circle of low productivity growth, sluggish demand, stagnant wages and, in many G7 countries, rising or high levels of inequalities.

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  • 28-February-2017

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    Italy’s reforms are paying off but challenges remain

    Italy is recovering after a deep and long recession. Structural reforms, accommodative monetary and fiscal conditions, and low commodity prices have spearheaded the ongoing economic recovery.

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  • 15-February-2017

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    OECD Economic Surveys: Italy 2017

    Italy is recovering from a deep and long recession. Structural reforms, accommodative monetary and fiscal conditions, and low commodity prices have helped the economy to turn the corner. The Jobs Act, part of a wide and ambitious structural reform programme, and social security contribution exemptions have improved the labour market and raised employment. Yet, the recovery remains weak and productivity continues to decline. Returning the banking system to health will be crucial to revive growth and private investment. More investment in infrastructure will be essential to raise productivity. The government has made significant progress on tackling structural impediments to growth and productivity. Yet public-administration inefficiencies, slow judicial processes, poorly designed regulation and weak competition still make it difficult to do business in Italy. Labour and capital resources are trapped in low-productivity firms, which hold down wages and well-being. Innovative start-ups and SMEs continue to suffer from difficult access to bank and equity finance. Literacy scores are low and job-skill mismatch is one of the highest among OECD countries, depressing earnings and well-being. Many workers are under-skilled in the jobs they hold, highlighting mismatches between workers skills and those required by employers. Improving the education system and labour market policies are crucial to raising real wages, job satisfaction and living standards. The Jobs Act and the Good School reform go in the right direction and need to be fully implemented.

    SPECIAL FEATURES: RAISING INVESTMENT; ENHANCING SKILLS

  • 15-février-2017

    Français

    Etude économique de l'Italie 2017

    L'Italie connaît une reprise après une récession profonde et durable. Les réformes structurelles, les conditions monétaires et budgétaires accommodantes et le bas niveau des prix des produits de base y ont contribué.

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  • 19-avril-2016

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    Transitions du marché du travail en Italie: cessation d’emploi, retour à l’emploi et implications politiques

    Le bas taux d’emploi en Italie est associé à des dynamiques adverses au marché du travail caractérisées d’une manière différente selon les catégories de travailleurs.

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