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#prideandprejudice. Something that no one is saying about Italy. Some economic data of which we never hear, or not enough.

Italy is often described, especially in the international community, based on
some negative indicators: public debt, low competitiveness, the nominal budget
deficit (which in the past has led to the opening of an infringement procedure
by the Commission European). However, alongside these data there are economic
gains to represent Italy for what it is: one of the main countries of the
developed world, the second country to manufacturing in Europe, the third
largest economy in the eurozone. A country that in the last twenty years has
been able to keep their accounts under control ranking among the best
performing in Europe and the world. The Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance has collected
here some economic data on Italy of which we never hear, or not enough, to
combat prejudice and adequately represent a country that was one of the founding
members of the European Union.