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Car associations against the government: “No measures for mobility in the budget law”

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The car will have to play its (important) part in the ecological transition but, unlike the rest of Europe, Italy will have no outside help. This is what the associations that represent in our country the entire world of sustainable mobility and the automotive industrial and commercial chains denounce “incredulous” in the face of “the total absence, in the Budget Law, of measures to address the ecological and energy transition of mobility “.

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Anfia, Aniasa, Assofond, Federauto, Motus-E, Ucimu and Unrae in a common note ask Prime Minister Draghi and Ministers Cingolani, Giorgetti and Franco “to promptly remedy the total absence of automotive policies in an extremely delicate moment for the sector, keeping faith with the announced commitments “. “Despite the active participation in the work of the Automotive Table has produced various proposals for intervention, both of industrial policy for the reconversion of the automotive supply chain, of multi-year planning to support the purchase of zero and very low emission vehicles for citizens and businesses – they explain in a joint statement – the Institutions, on the occasion of the country’s economic planning, seem unwilling to intervene. The failure to foresee a structural intervention in the Budget Law adds to the absence of specific measures in the NRP in the “energy transition and sustainable mobility. In this way, Italy becomes the only European country, with an important automotive manufacturing vocation, which does not support and guide the consumer towards the purchase of zero and very low emission cars and commercial vehicles, nor does it intervene with specific safeguard measures. employment levels “.

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