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Come ricominciare a crescere?

L’economia italiana dopo il COVID-19

Global China Asia Prospects Research & Policy Papers

[IT] Giuseppe Gabusi (T.wai & Università di Torino) e Giorgio Prodi (T.wai & Università di Ferrara) nell’articolo "Presa nel mezzo? Italia e Cina dopo il COVID-19”, contenuto nel volume "L'economia italiana dopo il COVID-19. Come ricominciare a crescere?” (a cura di G. Bellettini e A. Goldstein, Bononia University Press).

Jul 29, 2020
Asia Prospects Snapshot n. 1

What Italian agripreneurs need to know about the agrifood sector in the ASEAN region

Asia Prospects Research & Policy Papers

A larger population and increased purchasing power have led to substantial growth in global demand for food in recent decades. While the contribution of agriculture to world GDP has, with very few exceptions (i.e., Ethiopia and Argentina), seen a constant decline, agrifood production has increased significantly since the end of…

Jun 24, 2020
Rapporto TOASEAN n. 2

Malaysia: un paese a forte innovazione con ampi spazi per l’industria italiana

Asia Prospects Research & Policy Papers

[IT] La Malaysia è ormai un hub manifatturiero con eccellenze in settori ad alto contenuto tecnologico e si appresta a entrare tra i paesi ad alto reddito. Nel 2019 Banca Mondiale l’ha collocata in quindicesima posizione nella propria classifica Doing Business per la capacità dimostrata nell’agevolare l’attività economica. Riflesso di…

May 21, 2020
Asia Prospects Business n. 2

Understanding ASEAN e-commerce: trends and challenges

Asia Prospects Research & Policy Papers

The Southeast Asian digital economy will make more than US$240 billion by 2025, of which only US$102 billion will be from e-commerce. With more than 350 million Internet users, the region is going to be the very epicentre of an economic boom, according to a Google research, becoming the world’s…

Apr 11, 2020
Asia Prospects Business n. 1

The last frontier of Italian luxury: conquering the ASEAN market

Asia Prospects Research & Policy Papers

While the ‘old’ Europe is recovering from the last financial crisis at a snail’s pace, consumption levels and GDP in the ASEAN zone are soaring. The number of affluent people is also going up, and so is so-called ‘conspicuous consumption’. As a matter of fact, when it comes to high-end…

Feb 17, 2020
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