Tria-Le Maire. Regarding the work sites of the Atlantic and the work undertaken by Fincantieri and Naval Group, Italy and France “reiterated their commitment to the September 2017 Alliance Roadmap”. In fact, the respective ministers of economics and finance, Tria and Le Maire, met in Rome to discuss economic cooperation between the two countries. The conflict for the naval shipyards of Saint-Nazaire broke out a year ago in the Macron era and now reopens, Thursday the next meeting between the two European summits.
Following the meeting in a Tweet the French minister Le Maire writes: “Very constructive and friendly interview this morning in Rome with Luigi Di Maio. On the right track for Stx / Fincantieri, for common projects on industry and innovation and for a common European will “. The French Minister for the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, writes it on Twitter at the end of the meeting with Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio.
Both authorities look forward to the work that will be conducted in Paris on September 24th by the Conference of Friends of Industry, in which these issues will be discussed in detail with the aim of a renewed European industrial strategy.
Meanwhile, with this first meeting they agreed on the need to develop and implement a more ambitious European industrial policy, which allows European industries to generate more jobs and make companies even more competitive today and better equipped to compete successfully on the markets. world.
TAV, Le Maire: “We await the position of the Italian government”
The dialogue on the TAV between the two countries is still open. “On the Turin-Lyon we know what are the questions of the Italian government and do not shock me, they are legitimate and respect them. It is a project that costs several billions of euros of which we must ensure profitability before taxpayers. So we are waiting for the official position of the Italian government, we are patient “, says Minister Le Maire. On the other hand Toninelli concludes in the hearing: “La Tav does not see it done to do a favor to the road transport lobbies at the expense of taxpayers”. On the meeting table, numerous topics were discussed, but at bilateral level the instruments were examined to deepen the economic and industrial cooperation between France and Italy, referring to the know-how,
Agreed the need to develop and implement a more ambitious European industrial policy, which allows industries to generate more jobs and companies to be even more competitive.