Italy is celebrating 150 years of unification, but how competitive is this young nation? To beat the crisis, its SMEs must become more dynamic and focus on quality.
Italian fashion enjoys a worldwide reputation for quality and style. However, products originating from elsewhere and receiving finishing touches in Italy can also carry the label 'Made in Italy'. Couturiers hopes the EU can put a stop to this.
Sergio Cofferati analyses the crisis in Europe, especially the options open to Italy, and Rosario Crocetta examines the mafias' reach in Europe.
As Italians celebrate 150 years of unity we take a look at Italy’s union with Europe from Caesar to Spinelli.
The Italian police in collaboration with EU anti-fraud officers exposed a 50 million euro fraud operation on fake orange production in Calabria.
To mark Italy’s 150th birthday we look at its contribution to building Europe and how this young nation with a rich and long history competes in a global market.
Freedom of the Press in Italy is on the agenda for the Parliament. After a tough debate during the plenary session, several MEPs gathered in the EuroparlTV studio to try and analyse the issue ahead of a resolution expected for October 22nd.
With high debt, entrepreneurs in despair and moves towards independence in Veneto, what kind of Europe and leadership does a flagging Italy need? Our panel debates.