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  • 30 giugno 2020
    Borio (Bis): it is now imperative for the economic policy to regain room of manoeuvre

    Mondo

    Borio (Bis): it is now imperative for the economic policy to regain room of manoeuvre

    High debt, porous borders between fiscal and monetary policy, the exiting from extraordinary measures: in an interview the Head of Monetary and Economic Departement at the BIS speaks about the challenges of the recovery.

  • 23 giugno 2020
    Interview with Andrea Enria (Bce)

    24Plus

    24+ Interview with Andrea Enria (Bce)

    The Chair of the Supervisory Board of the ECB interviewed by Fabio Tamburini, editor in chief of Il Sole 24 Ore

  • 06 aprile 2020
    An action plan for Italy and Covid-19

    Commenti

    An action plan for Italy and Covid-19

    This document presents the structure of an Action Plan and practical immediate measures to manage the current crisis, drawn from the contributions of experts in many different fields. Given the nature and complexity of the issues, this remains an open agenda that requires continued input and expertise from around the world. The active participation of other contributors is therefore warmly welcomed.

  • 24 novembre 2018
    Danièle Nouy: «Italian banks have done a good job in reducing NPLs»

    Mondo

    Danièle Nouy: «Italian banks have done a good job in reducing NPLs»

    Is the European banking system safer today compared with 2014, when the ECB took over banking supervision?We have delivered in making the European banking system much safer and sounder. It is better able to serve European people and companies and fund the economy. Compared with 2015, or indeed the

  • 08 novembre 2018
    Interview BDI-President Dieter Kempf with Il Sole 24 Ore

    Mondo

    Interview BDI-President Dieter Kempf with Il Sole 24 Ore

    1.Which are the main challenges that the German industry, the Italian industry and overall the European industry will have to face in the future? European Industry needs and wants to remain competitive and lead globally. First of all, the European Single Market needs to be completed. Europe needs a

  • 10 dicembre 2017
    Interview with Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF

    Mondo

    Interview with Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF

    At the annual meetings, two months ago, you made a call to “repair the roof when the sun is shining”. This has proved very popular: it has been repeated frequently since then by commentators and policy-makers, including by the European Commission this week in presenting its proposals for reform of

  • 03 novembre 2017
    Angeloni (Ecb): «Banks, new rules only for future NPLs»

    Finanza e Mercati

    Angeloni (Ecb): «Banks, new rules only for future NPLs»

    How do you see the Italian banking system developing?There's been a marked improvement in recent months. Not all banks are moving at the same speed, but the direction is the right one. Non-performing loans (NPLs) are declining significantly, both across the euro area and in Italy, also thanks to

  • 16 luglio 2017
    Ajax: danni cerebrali permanenti per Nouri

    Notizie

    Ajax: danni cerebrali permanenti per Nouri

    Sono gravi le condizioni di Abdelhak Nouri, il giovane calciatore dell'Ajax svenuto in campo lo scorso 8 luglio, a causa di un'aritmia cardiaca, durante un'amichevole pre-stagionale contro il Werder Brema. Il giocatore, che è stato subito soccorso in campo col defribillatore, è stato trasportato in

  • 13 luglio 2017
    Ajax: danni cerebrali permanenti per Nouri

    Notizie

    Ajax: danni cerebrali permanenti per Nouri

    Sono gravi le condizioni di Abdelhak Nouri, il giovane calciatore dell'Ajax svenuto in campo lo scorso 8 luglio, a causa di un'aritmia cardiaca, durante un'amichevole pre-stagionale contro il Werder Brema. Il giocatore, che è stato subito soccorso in campo col defribillatore, è stato trasportato in

  • 31 dicembre 2015
    The Obligation to Do, the Power of Truth

    English Version

    The Obligation to Do, the Power of Truth

    There’s only one thing that everyone is talking about that must be cleared off the table before the rumors become a reality. And should it become a reality, it

  • 24 dicembre 2015
    The Christmas of the Jubilee: Mercy in a New Era

    English Version

    The Christmas of the Jubilee: Mercy in a New Era

    If Christmas for believers is always God’s festivity (a God that is not tired of mankind and always loves them), this year it coincides with the Jubilee of

  • 28 novembre 2015
    Europe, Wake up and Protect Your Industry!

    English Version

    Europe, Wake up and Protect Your Industry!

    Can we stop the hands of the clock of time and go back to the 1900s—the century of ideologies? And should we ignore the fact that China (a member country of the World Trade Organization since 2001) can acquire, after 15 years of such a membership (meaning at the end of 2016), market economy status

  • 10 ottobre 2015
    Italy and Germany’s Crossed Destinies

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    Italy and Germany’s Crossed Destinies

    Current trends indicate an improvement for Italy compared with the European Monetary Union (EMU) and Germany. We are happy, but we must always remember that our economy—still full of problems—is inextricably tied to those of the EMU and of Germany, currently enduring hardships. We must therefore

  • 05 agosto 2015
    What Schauble should learn from Puerto Rico

    Economia

    What Schauble should learn from Puerto Rico

    It's official: paying only $628,000 of the $58 million due yesterday, the government of Puerto Rico has defaulted. Yet the financial markets are quiet, there is no talk of PuertoExit, there are no queues at the counters of Puerto Rican banks, and there are no protests in the island's streets

    The Challenge to Bureaucracy: Let Us Do It Soon and Do It Well

    English Version

    The Challenge to Bureaucracy: Let Us Do It Soon and Do It Well

    In order for the Italian government to begin to truly change, we will have to wait for the almost 20 legislative decrees provided for in the reform. But the bill approved yesterday in the Senate is an important step in the direction of unhinging Italy’s bureaucracy—perhaps the main obstacle in the

  • 05 agosto 2015
    Puerto Rico: A Lesson for Schäuble

    English Version

    Puerto Rico: A Lesson for Schäuble

    It’s official: by paying just $628,000 out of the $58 million that was due yesterday, the Puerto Rican government is in default. The financial markets, however, stayed calm; there is no talk of a “Puertoexit.”

  • 28 luglio 2015
    The Narrator of the Plains: With a Nobel Prize on the Horizon

    English Version

    The Narrator of the Plains: With a Nobel Prize on the Horizon

    When a writer we have loved very much dies, part of us departs with him, with the plots of his books in which we lost and found ourselves, with his characters who kept us company during—and also after—the reading. This is in memory of reflected worlds that, out of modesty or decency, we do not dare

  • 26 maggio 2015
    The Real Danger? Madrid

    English Version

    The Real Danger? Madrid

    It is hard to say how the markets reacted to the announced, probable, insolvency by Greece and the success of the ‘Podemos’ movement in the Spanish local elections. By the numbers we saw at the Milan, Madrid and Lisbon stock markets, we can safely say that they did not like it that much.

  • 07 aprile 2015
    A Necessary Step Behind

    English Version

    A Necessary Step Behind

    The spending review and the reform of the public administration (PA) are at the center of the political agenda, but at least in the field of subcontracts, so far some issues have been ignored: which PA functions are necessary and which ones, instead, should be left to a transparent and

  • 18 marzo 2015
    Lupi’s Mistakes, Among Too Many Laws, and Works to Be Done

    English Version

    Lupi’s Mistakes, Among Too Many Laws, and Works to Be Done

    The Minister and the ministry’s bureaucrats, the laws, the (public) works. The “Incalza” case uncovered by the Florence judges does not, in a way, make the news—in the sense that Italians are unfortunately used to the emerging of facts and misfits that happened in the meanders of the State’s