- “We need to help this highly productive region get back on its feet”: The European Commission for Regional Policy propose to allocate EUR 670 million to Italy following earthquakes during May/June 2012. The aim is to cover the costs of restoring essential infrastructure, providing shelter and rescue services as well as protecting the cultural heritage of the region.
- Despite the damage suffered, the Finnish company CPS Color Equipment located in San Felice sul Panaro (Modena) resumed its activities only a few days after the earthquake. This stands to demonstrate that relocating is not the only solution.
- 20/03/2012 - FDI Intelligence, the Financial Times foreign investment specialist division, has published the "European Cities & Regions of the Future 2012/13" report on the attractiveness of cities and regions in Europe.
Emilia-Romagna ranks fifth for business attractiveness among the top 10 Southern European regions - and stands first among the Italian regions. Emilia-Romagna also ranks among the virtuous territories as regards promotion of foreign investment, standing out in the national context.
- Business attractiveness and territorial marketing are going to play a more and more relevant role in the next regional policy and programming period.
- 10 million euro invested to convert the Marzabotto industrial area to a green economy approach
- A 14 MEUR fund to provide seed, start-up and expansion capital to SME’s based in Emilia-Romagna or willing to start up a local unit in Emilia-Romagna
- Dse-Tremagi buys a 5000 square metres lot in Bologna from Valdadige
- The new reports on food industry and the report updates on fashion, healthcare and housing are on line.
- An ERVET survey shows that our Region is profitably benefitting from the opportunities offered by Green Production and Green Business.
- An information sheet addressed to investors is now online on the Invest in Emilia-Romagna website
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