The reopening of trade between Italy and Portugal in the post-Covid phase and trade and Business and investment opportunities in Portugal, are at the heart of the webinar scheduled for tomorrow by the Italian Embassy in Lisbon together with the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Portugal. The objective of the initiative, which will be opened by the Italian Ambassador in Lisbon, Carlo Formosa, and moderated by Santi Cianci, the President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Portugal, is to analyse the opportunities provided for by the Portuguese market in the aftermath of the new measures adopted by the Government to relaunch the economy in the country. The meeting aims to provide Italian companies, entrepreneurs and trade associations with the technical and financial tools available, as well as insights for an effective approach to the local post-emergency Coronavirus market.
Portugal today represents one of the most vibrant European entrepreneurial ecosystems, resulting from the important investments made in the last decade in the qualification of human resources and infrastructures, as well as in the field of technology. In the last few years, thanks to regulatory simplification and de-bureaucratisation, the opening of offices, subsidiaries and branches of productive activities and services have increased exponentially, facilitated also by an attractive tax regime from which the so-called "non-regular residents" have also benefited. Tourism has also made a major contribution to Portuguese growth and its extraordinary external visibility. On a bilateral level, the trade balance between Italy and Portugal has showed a significant increase in trade: in 2018, for the first time, Italy moved to sixth place in the ranking of Portugal's client countries and confirmed this position also in 2019.
The registration to the webinar is free, via the following link: www.ccitalia.pt/webinar21
The agenda can be downloaded here