NewsLocalDomenico Ciampà bursts out against the lack of support

Domenico Ciampà bursts out against the lack of support

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“How important is it to protect companies and entrepreneurs in our beautiful Italy?” This question is posed by Domenico Ciampà, owner of Dafgan and partner of Fabrizio Corona who, a few days from September and therefore from what we hope should be a “new beginning”, is asking questions about the future of his companies and Italian companies generally. “I think it is now impossible and counterproductive to continue to postpone a reflection on the indispensability of a cultural leap in the management of support for small companies like mine which, despite being small, has already brought great results and promises to bring even bigger ones as long as it is not suffocated by a bureaucracy that if it was heavy before has now become unbearable, by inconceivable taxes and by a total lack of support from the institutions. ”These are problems, however, which do not only concern the textile sector. “More generally, I think we should reflect on how difficult it is now to do business in Italy – continues Ciampà – For those like me who have an important and established family business for years and, despite this, do not give up on creating new businesses and new jobs. all that remains is to struggle every day against oneself torturing oneself in doubt, not at all Hamletic, which arises from wondering if it is really worth it even in the light of industrial policies that have always favored large industry, putting small businesses in the background. remain the economic backbone of our country and continually flee abroad where they find the ideal conditions for development.Today there is a need for projects that enhance our work and our production chains, perhaps through contributions, incentives and tax relief true to strengthen and relaunch our ability to do business and make us proudly return to feel an ‘Italian excellence “with includes Domenico Ciampà.

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