Chinese entrepreneurship in Italyby Roberta Picchi - 2011.06.30
In the third quarter of 2010 in Italy there were 36,877 Chinese individual companies. Most of them are concentrated in three regions: 22% in Tuscany, 18% in Lombardy and 11% in Veneto. As regards the provinces, it Prato reaffirms at the top of the list with 4,000 companies representing 11,5% of the total. These are the data of the fifth report “Become Laoban” produced jointly by the Chamber of Commerce of Torino and FIERI.
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