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1992-2012: two decades that have changed the world, but have not changed the ownership structures of Italian firms. Most companies here are either still government-owned or controlled by a few large stakeholders rather than a broad public ownership of shares
by Andrea Colli
He has devoted his life to the Agnelli family. He has led Fiat from Giovanni Agnelli to John Elkann and Sergio Marchionne. Now he assures us: the group will make it.
Growth can’t come from European governments. More liquidity is necessary, more public spending and additional taxes. Because capital and finance have an innate capacity for adaptation