FDI: foreign direct investment in Italy: what do you need to know
The main investing countries in Italy are France, the US, the UK and Germany. Investments are directed mainly to the manufacturing sector, wholesale and retail trade, professional, and financial and insurance activities.
Imports and Exports for Italy: a trading guide for starters
If you’re looking for information about imports and exports for Italy, then look no further. We’ll first look at an overview of the economy before turning to its imports and exports as well as the procedure for companies looking to carry out those activities. Italy is the world’s 8th largest economy with a GDP of nearly $2 trillion in 2019. Italy’s GDP grew by 0.3% in 2019.
How to export to Italy: a useful Financial Guide
Your national business has grown, you’re looking to expand into international trade and you’ve got your eye on the Italian market. Countries within the EU have an easier time because of standardized rules, but other countries, including the US and now the UK, must meet the higher standards related to goods entering the market. As such, requirements for exporting to Italy will be heavily dependent on the country of origin.
Without any contextual knowledge, going international can lead to costly errors. A comprehensive analysis of Italy and its market is fundamental to succeeding.
Dual Citizenship USA Italy: everything you need to know
So, you’re an American wondering about the path on how to apply for Italian citizenship. Both Italy and the United States allow for dual citizenship. There are a couple paths you can take—all of them long, not necessarily difficult, but very specific.
The first you’ve probably seen in movies or on TV: marriage. Marrying an Italian citizen opens up the path to Italian citizenship for you and American citizenship for your spouse. This, thanks to EU law, also extends to civil unions.
After moving back to Italy from the United States in 2013, I realized how much an accounting and tax firm was needed to help expats living in Italy to comply with the local tax regulations.