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The price list effect relaunches Italian exports, which in June grew by 21.2%.This is the sixteenth consecutive month in progress, the eighth in double-digit growth.Italian exports thus arrive in the first six months of 2022 at 306 billion, 56 more than in the same period of the previous year, which in absolute values ​​had represented the new record. If last year sales were equal to 516 billion, taking as reference the last 12 mobile months (July 2021 – June 2022) we have already reached 572, adding in fact a tens of billion more every month. From a geographical point of view, progress is unanimous, developed almost equally both on non-EU markets and in Europe, starting with our two key markets, France and Germany, both growing by more than 15%.This situation once again highlights the strategic importance of Go International, the export services fair to be held in Milan at Palazzo…

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According to Istat data released on June 17, 2022, in April 2022 a cyclical growth is estimated for trade flows with foreign countries. The monthly increase in exports affects all the main groups of industries and is mainly driven by sales of energy (+ 18.0%) and non-durable consumer goods (+ 2.0%), to both areas , EU (+ 1.2%) and non-EU (+ 1.8%). On an annual basis, in April 2022 exports still show very sustained growth (+ 14.9%), with increases spread to all sectors, except motor vehicles, and to all the main partner countries, with the exception of Russia, China and Japan. Growth is more sustained in the EU area (+ 17.7%) than in non-EU markets (+ 11.9%).Among the sectors that contribute most to the trend increase in exports are: base metals and metal products, excluding machines and plants (+ 24.1%), pharmaceutical, chemical-medicinal and botanical items (+ 48.4%) ), refined petroleum…

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Italian Agency for Foreign Trade (ICE) have identified a new measure, as part of the export agreement, to support the promotion of Made in Italy and its businesses: the Digital Export Bonus.Aimed at the internationalization and digitization of SMEs, the contribution is provided by Invitalia and can be requested by manufacturing micro-enterprises, including those set up in networks and consortia.The services aim to support internationalization processes through: the creation of e-commerce systems abroad, sites and / or mobile apps the creation of e-commerce systems that provide for the automation of the transfer, updating and management of items to and from the web the creation of ancillary services to e-commerce the creation of a communication, information and promotion strategy for the digital export channel digital marketing aimed at developing internationalization activities CMS (Content Management System) services registration and / or subscription…

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The second edition of Go International, the fair for export services, will be held in Milan at the Palazzo delle Stelline from 4 to 5 October 2022. Milan and Lombardy are in fact a perfect location to deal with Italian exports and their potential. In the fourth quarter of 2021 Lombard exports grew by a good 10.2% compared to the previous quarter, confirming an exceptional positive post-pandemic trend. Overall in 2021 Lombardy managed to export goods for a value of 135.9 billion euros, exceeding the previous all-time high of 2019 of 6.6% (year in which regional exports reached 127.5 billion euros) . The strong engine of the recovery is linked to the metals market and their production (+ 34.3% compared to 2020 and + 17.7% compared to 2019), but food products are also growing strongly compared to 2019 (+13 , 8%), chemicals and substances (+ 12.7%) and computers and electronic…

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ISTAT has recently released statistical data regarding market trends in the year 2021. The observed parameters are encouraging and help to demonstrate the importance of GO INTERNATIONAL, an event dedicated to export services to be held in Milan, at the Palazzo delle Stelline, October 4th and 5th 2022. Statistics show that in 2021 there was a trend growth in exports, equal to + 18.2%, for a total value of 516 billion euros, even higher than the pre-covid levels of 2019. Compared to 2020, exports it increased more towards EU countries (+ 20%) than non-EU markets (+ 16.3%). These data show how the market is recovering abundantly after the pandemic and reveal great opportunities for Italian companies. The driving force behind the recovery is certainly the industrial sector, where 40% of companies record an increase in turnover between June and October 2021 compared to the same period in 2020.The decisive role…

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