Published on May 10, 2017
Also available in: French
|English||The Next Production Revolution (Summary in English)|
|Italian||The Next Production Revolution|
|List of acronyms, abbreviations and units of measure|
|The next production revolution: Key issues and policy proposals|
Key emerging technologies5 chapters available
Cross-cutting themes6 chapters available
Within the framework of the 2017 Italian G7 Presidency, the Ministry of Economic Development organised the launch of the OECD’s Report “The Next Production Revolution: Implications for Governments and Business”. The Report was presented in Rome with the introduction of the Deputy Minister of Economic Development Teresa Bellanova, the participation of Gabriela Ramos, Chief of Staff and G20 Sherpa OECD, Raffaele Trombetta, Italy’s G7/G20 Sherpa, and Stefano Firpo, Director General for Industrial Policy of the Ministry of Economic Development.
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