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Short supply chains, internationalization, innovation: the maps of the Italian districts in the new globalization. Record exports at 133 billion, but Russia costs 3 billion

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Short supply chains, internationalization, innovation: the maps of the Italian districts in the new globalization.  Record exports at 133 billion, but Russia costs 3 billion

MILANO – Short supply chains and local suppliers; predisposition to internationalization; competitiveness certified by foreign trade data; champions of the supply chain that have proved resilient even during the pandemic and capable of growing in profitability, turnover, employment. These are the winning cards of the Italian industrial districts, traditionally passed under the lens of the fourteenth Annual Report that Intesa Sanpaolo Studies and Research Department dedicated to this very characteristic piece of the tricolor productive fabric.

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