Italy: Out with the old...
With the election of Silvio Berlusconi, Italy is entering a period of economic restructuring. But it will not be an easy process, as the travails facing Italy's biggest company are demonstrating, writes Helen Mooney
“Five years ago all of the six cars that myself and my sons owned would have been made by Fiat, now none of them are,” admits Francesco Gianni, senior partner of Gianni Origoni Grippo & Partners, one of the most prestigious Italian law firms.
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