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Italy: Gurría and Monti to address Rome conference on competitiveness, growth and jobs

 

19/09/2012 - OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría and Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti will address a major conference on structural reform in Italy on Monday 24 September at  the Sala Polifunzionale of the  Presidenza del Consiglio in Rome.

The joint Italian Government-OECD conference  will bring together government ministers, experts and academics to discuss ways of boosting competitiveness, growth and jobs while ensuring social cohesion. The conference is open to the media.

Among the participants will be Vittorio Grilli, Italy’s Minister of Economy and Finance, and OECD Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Economist Pier Carlo Padoan. A full programme and media accreditation is available here.

A dossier of OECD analysis and recommendations on the Italian economy will be available at the conference. To request a copy or obtain further information, journalists are invited to contact the OECD’s media division (news.contact@oecd.org; tel: + 33 1 4524 9700). As places are limited, journalists are requested to register as soon as possible. Further information on media accreditation which will close at 18.00 on Friday 21 September, is available on +39.06.67793566. 

 

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