As Italy begins to adjust to a period of gradual recovery, emerging from the worst global recession in decades, speculation has centered on the extent to which the new government will be able to drive future growth while maintaining political, social and economic stability. Faced with the ongoing challenges of rising unemployment and high national debt levels, the next steps forward will be crucial for Italy to successfully make its way out of the crisis.
The Financial Times is delighted to return to Rome for its third annual FT Italy Summit. In the year in which Italy takes on the EU presidency, we will be exploring the country’s political and economic outlook within the wider context of Europe and its prospects for future growth.
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Speakers: Maria Anna Madia Minister of Public Administration Italy, Giuliano Poletti Minister of Labour and Welfare Government of Italy, Francesco Starace Chief Executive Officer Enel, John Thornhill Deputy Editor Financial Times, Ignazio Visco Governor Bank of Italy
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