The end of divisions in Europe had an outburst as a direct result of sudden passengers and trade flows along the roads and railway East-West axis. This has led to a significant burden on the existing transport infrastructures, particularly in the South-Eastern Europe, whose network was less developed. With the support of the European Union was launched a regional infrastructure development plan, based on National Master Plans, with intention to contribute at the same to time the "physical" integration into EU of these countries, until the planned policy accession in the incoming years.
The increasing flow of vehicles (passenger cars and commercial vehicles) on the main roads also imply the need to ensure higher levels of risk control and security, which otherwise are likely to weigh heavily on the social and economic development. This should happen within a transnational cooperation framework as a natural consequence of the integration process and of the increasing interdependence that points to the creation of a single space, eliminating the still strong tendencies towards fragmentation and individual approach to problems.

 

Informest invita le aziende a partecipare alla tavola di lavoro sulla Marcatura CE e prodotti: nuova normativa dell'Unione Europea (Decisione 768/2008) che si terrà  mercoledì 23 giugno 2010 dalle ore 17 presso la sede di Confindustria Gorizia. I settori coinvolti sono elettrico ed elettronica; ascensori; apparecchiature in pressione;  strumenti di misura; esplosivi civili; articoli pirotecnici;  apparecchiature e sistemi di protezione per atmosfere pericolose.

 

The ITALBALK project, financed by the Italian Government under the program for the support to regional cooperation, strives on the need of improving connections to commercial traffic between Italy and some Balkan countries with special attention to integrated logistics and transport services. Specifically, the sub-project 4th focuses on the Bar-Belgrade rail/road route through Montenegro and Serbia, in the light of the considerable Italian interests in Serbia and of the possibility for further market penetration in the neighboring countries (Romania, Hungary).

 

The culture is based on processes of development and remains closely linked to economic performances. There can be no economic development without cultural development. An example of the interaction comes from historic development highlighted by the "Four Tigers", where to economic performance have contributed both the practical implementation of modern economic theories and strong local cultural roots. Moreover, the economic environment acts as a vehicle of cultural values.

 

A recent meeting between the Italian partners of the project Adriatic Danubian Clustering has highlighted the diversity of ways and needs that articulate business internationalization when in particular it concern business clusters. They range from the emerging need for a "vertical" and inter-sectoral  integration in the Veneto between districts to a more horizontal and widespread district in Emilia Romagna. But a purely commercial approach often reduces internationalization to production relocation in a logic of cost-cutting and/or of market-seeking. This limitation of the approach is likely to be added to other known constraints of Italian companies internationalization that will compete with foreign companies (and their territorial and institutional environment) able to relate with  the host area and its companies within a territorial a partnership framework.

 

Prospettive di sviluppo nel settore delle energie rinnovabili in alcuni paesi dell’Europa centrale e sud-orientale

La determinazione della domanda potenziale di investimento in nuovi impianti e del fabbisogno di tecnologie per il settore delle energie rinnovabili, a fronte degli obiettivi di produzione concordati internazionalmente e/o previsti da programmi nazionali dei singoli paesi, è di estrema attualità.

 

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In compliance with the provisions of the Prime Ministerial Decree dated 11 March 2020 on the containment and management of the epidemiological emergency from COVID-19 Informest will be closed to the public. Activities will continue, as far as possible, in “smart-working”.
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