Dati sulla Lombardia

Dati sulla Lombardia

Lombardy's success factors

Lombardy's success factors

What happens if we compare Lombardy with the regions that attract the most investments in the rest of Europe? A question of this type has recently met with a well-articulated response in a study conducted by FDI Benchmark (Financial Times Group), in which Lombardy's performance was compared to that of 3

by × 6 October 2014 ×

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Which companies are attracted by Lombardy?

Which companies are attracted by Lombardy?

In addition to being a valuable partner for attracting foreign direct investments for initiating or developing business activities in Lombardy, Invest in Lombardy is also a privileged observer of the investment projects that have been proposed or implemented throughout the region, and is thus able to distinguish them by number, industry and economic importance.

by × 6 October 2014 ×

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The M&A investment trend: the way things went up until 2013

The M&A investment trend: the way things went up until 2013

In all the industrialized countries, the majority of foreign direct investments are aimed at acquiring pre-existing companies (M&A transactions) rather than creating new businesses ( Greenfield). This general tendency also holds true in Lombardy: from 2003 to 2013, in fact, 2,400 Italian companies

by × 2 October 2014 ×

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The greenfield investment trend: the way things went up until 2013

The greenfield investment trend: the way things went up until 2013

It is a well-known fact that the trend in foreign direct investments (FDI) mirrors the expansion or contraction dynamics that economic systems record over time. It is not surprising, therefore, that the economic crisis that began in 2008 has also had serious repercussions upon "greenfield" type investments, both globally and nationally

by × 30 September 2014 ×

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Foreign investments in Italy and Lombardy: the current status

Foreign investments in Italy and Lombardy: the current status

Within a complex international economic framework, Lombardy remains the main Italian gateway for attracting foreign investments. With a resident population equal to 16.4% of the Italian total and a productive fabric that comprises 18.4% of all the businesses operating nationwide, the region's internationalization indicators have shown significantly high performance on a national level

by × 24 September 2014 ×