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Automotive, the meeting at the Mise

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The Ministry of Economic Development has set up a meeting fully dedicated to the automotive sector, in which have been formed three operative groups to identify the tools for relaunching this sector. The first meeting was held this past October 18th at the ministry headquarters, attended by representatives of associations, companies, trade unions, universities and research groups.

A strategic asset - As Minister Patuanelli pointed out during the opening speech, the automotive sector represents a strategic industrial asset for our country, so it is important to start a confrontation with all the field’s players in order to agree on an effective working method to relaunch this sector. The first need is to identify the most common strategies functional to support the transition process, enhancing company know-how, workers’ skills and Eco-sustainable mobility. Starting from the fundamental role of investments in research and development for technology development aimed at the production of new Eco-sustainable means of transportation, in addition to those investment dedicated to a continuous training of technicians and workers in the field.

Work groups - As follows, these are the three central themes of each working group, whose work starts each year from January up until the yearly Budget Law is approved: support for the supply of mobility and the technological transition of the supply chain; support for the development of infrastructure networks; support for the demand for means of transport based on new energy technology and sustainable mobility standards. 

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