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April 26, 2019

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Monday to Trieste the presentation of a book on the new Via of the Silk

The author of the volume, published from Castelvecchi, is Francesco De Filippo

Next monday to hours 18,00 in Sala Rossa della Torre of the Lloyd of Trieste will hold the presentation of the book "the new Via of the Silk. Italian voices on the Chinese total project" of Francesco De Filippo, director of the news agency HANDLE of the Friuli Venice Julia. In the volume, published from Castelvecchi, De Filippo inquires the thematic one of the Way of the Silk in the way to more congenial he: collecting ten interviews to economists, entrepreneurs and experts of logistics, Triestine, friulani, Italians and aliens, all in some way legacies to the Dragoon: by Andrea Illy and Gabriele Galateri of Genola to Parag Khanna and Dominick Salvatore, passing for Gianpietro Benedetti and Vincenzo Boccia.

The questions of De Filippo examine thoroughly thematic of the connection the East-West, that it will be more and more concrete, thanks to the imposing investments previewed in the logistic nets. The testimonies give back to the reader, page after page, a new perspective so, still insufficient explored, of as the West can receive this great occasion.

Monday De Filippo will be protagonist of a dialogue on the "Belt and Road Initiative" and on its fallen back world-wise with Zeno D' Augustin, president of the Authority of Harbour System of the Sea Adriatic Orientale. Moderated from the director de "the Little one", Enrico Grazioli, the presentation of the volume will be an occasion in order to reflect on the real opportunities opened to the West from the BRI.

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