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May 12, 2020

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Alsea, the government's decree instead of reviving the economy is in danger of sinking it

Schiavoni: we do not understand why those who invoice above five million euros doesn't go anything

The Lombard Shipping and Trucking Association (Alsea) complains that the decree that the government is preparing to support Italian economic activities, which are severely affected by the crisis caused by the pandemic of Covid-19, instead of reviving the economy, risks sink it. "With the decree under discussion in these days - the association pointed out - the resources allocated to the crisis from coronovarirus from this government, to debt and that therefore we'll have to pay back painfully in the next few years, amount to about 100 billion euros. It is an impressive figure that for guaranteeing a future for Italy and its citizens should be invested and earmarked for a considerable part for growth and development of the country."

"The only way to do it," noted the President of Alsea, Betty Schiavoni -- is to invest above all companies, helping them to recover at least in part what they are losing with this crisis. Instead, we're seeing something Disconcerting: the Relaunch Decree, to date, consists of more than 250 articles for almost 450 pages (a monstrosity: and then you talk about less bureaucracy), allocating most of the resources, as already done for Cura Italia, in measures leaving only the crumbs at the entrepreneurial fabric. Beyond rain aid to Alitalia, to which three billion euros go, in addition to 5% of the total, RFI, public dealers, etc. - for businesses few resources have been allocated, most of them to companies with turnover of less than five million euros. We are happy for these companies that, although little, have help from the state but do not we understand why those who bill over five million euros nothing goes wrong. They tell us clearly that in Italy it is a guilt bill, grow and give work because by how we read the measures who bill over that threshold is cut off."

"It is - Schiavoni pointed out - a fact "It's very serious that all companies would need support," he said. and simple and immediate measures: even for morale. Instead, there we are faced with a 500-page measure (!) that read it all ends the emergency and that does not allocate resources for the country's growth. This measure , schiavoni noted- descends from a misguided view of the country. Italy and its development are based on the private companies that have supported the latter ten years our economy, which invests and risks their own. And today they are in danger of failing."

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