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The Italian Trade Commission - ITCPromotes, facilitates and develops tradebetween Italy and foreign countriesSupports smal...
The ITC network Headquarters: Rome 116 operational Units in 88 countries (79 Offices, 35  Correspondence centers, 2 loca...
PromotionComes from the proposals of the associated business world, theregional entities, the network of ITC offices and D...
Export values         % change     % share   rank                                    20092009 2008                        ...
ITALY’S EXPORTS:         TOP 20 COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION                               Values (millions    Percentage     ...
Export from Italy to Russia
Export from Italy to Russia
Export from Italy to Russia
Export from Italy to Russia
Export from Italy to Russia
Export from Italy to Russia
Main Export product from Italy•   Machinery & equipments: 18,9 %•   Vehicles & trucks: 10,1 %•   Metallic based products: ...
Export from Italy to RussiaTotal export to Russia: 6.441 Millions EuroMachinery & equipments: 26,0 %Textile & clothing: 16...
ITALY’S MARKET SHARES OF WORLD EXPORTS                                                                                    ...
ITALY’S SECTORAL BALANCES                                                                    (billions of euros)604020    ...
INTERNATIONALIZATION OF ITALIAN FIRMS                        (exports in millions of euros)                               ...
NUMBER OF EXPORTING FIRMS BY SIZE CLASS    (NUMBER OF WORKERS) AND THEIR SHARE OF         THE VALUE OF EXPORTS IN 2008    ...
THE ITALIAN CLUSTERSItalian clusters are unique territorial entities characterized by the active presenceof both a communi...
Overview on Industrial districts in Italy
MAIN TECHNOLOGICAL DISTRICTS IN ITALY            Construction            Technologies                                     ...
For contacts and informationsanpietroburgo@ice.itwww.italtrade.comБлагодарю Вас за внимание
Возможности для делового сотрудничества: Италия - Карло Феррари - директор отдела по развитию торгового обмена (И.Ч.Е.) По...
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  1. 1. The Italian Trade Commission - ITCPromotes, facilitates and develops tradebetween Italy and foreign countriesSupports small and medium Italian companiesat the internationalization and settlementprocess in foreign marketsTrains and prepares young professionals andentrepreneurs to the internationalization ICE activity Services Quality
  2. 2. The ITC network Headquarters: Rome 116 operational Units in 88 countries (79 Offices, 35 Correspondence centers, 2 local correspondents) 16 regional offices ICE activity Services Quality
  3. 3. PromotionComes from the proposals of the associated business world, theregional entities, the network of ITC offices and Diplomaticmissions. 756 promotional initiatives In the year 2009 there have in 70 countries been carried out for 90 trade sectors Have participated to 13.412 Italian companies promotional initiatives 18.577 foreign companies ICE activity Services Quality
  4. 4. Export values % change % share rank 20092009 2008 (billions of dollars) 2008-2009 2008 2009 1 2 China 1.202 -16,0 8,9 9,6 2 1 Germany 1.121 -22,5 9,0 9,0 3 3 United States 1.057 -17,9 8,0 8,5 4 4 Japan 581 -25,7 4,8 4,7 5 5 Netherlands 499 -21,8 4,0 4,0 6 6 France 475 -21,0 3,7 3,8 7 7 Italy 405 -24,8 3,3 3,2 8 8 Belgium 370 -21,6 2,9 3,0 9 12 South Korea 364 -13,9 2,6 2,9 10 10 United Kingdom 351 -23,7 2,9 2,8 11 13 Hong Kong 330 -10,8 2,3 2,6 12 11 Canada 316 -30,9 2,8 2,5 13 9 Russia 304 -35,5 2,9 2,4 14 14 Singapore 270 -20,2 2,1 2,2 15 16 Mexico 230 -21,1 1,8 1,8 16 17 Spain 218 -22,5 1,7 1,7 17 18 Taiwan 204 -20,3 1,6 1,6 18 15 Saudi Arabia 189 -39,9 1,9 1,5 19 19 United Arab Emirates 175 -26,8 1,5 1,4 20 20 Switzerland 173 -13,8 1,2 1,4 Sum of 20 countries 8.830 -21,8 70,0 70,9 World 12.461 -22,7 100,0 100,0
  5. 5. ITALY’S EXPORTS: TOP 20 COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION Values (millions Percentage of euro) 2009 shares 2009 1 Germany 36.827 12,7 2 France 33.818 11,6 3 United States 17.110 5,9 4 Spain 16.608 5,7 5 United Kingdom 14.968 5,1 6 Switzerland 13.570 4,7 7 Belgium 8.133 2,8 8 Poland 7.908 2,7 9 Netherlands 7.087 2,4 10 Austria 6.866 2,4 11 China 6.635 2,3 12 Russia 6.441 2,2 13 Greece 6.009 2,1 14 Turkey 5.654 1,9 15 Romania 4.033 1,4 16 Portugal 3.849 1,3 17 United Arab Emirates 3.774 1,3 18 Japan 3.717 1,3 19 Czech Republic 2.979 1,0 20 Slovenia 2.775 1,0 Other countries 82.039 28,2 WORLD 290.800 100,0Source: ICE on ISTAT data
  6. 6. Export from Italy to Russia
  7. 7. Export from Italy to Russia
  8. 8. Export from Italy to Russia
  9. 9. Export from Italy to Russia
  10. 10. Export from Italy to Russia
  11. 11. Export from Italy to Russia
  12. 12. Main Export product from Italy• Machinery & equipments: 18,9 %• Vehicles & trucks: 10,1 %• Metallic based products: 11,1 %• Food & wine: 6,9 %• Chemical products: 6,1 %• Clothing: 4,8 %• Furniture: 2,5 %• Shoes: 2,1%
  13. 13. Export from Italy to RussiaTotal export to Russia: 6.441 Millions EuroMachinery & equipments: 26,0 %Textile & clothing: 16,7%Leather and similar products: 7,4 %Chemical products: 5,1 %Metallic based products : 7,5 %Electrical and electronic products: 6,5 %Other manufactured products: 10,9 %
  14. 14. ITALY’S MARKET SHARES OF WORLD EXPORTS BY SECTORS Average annual change in world exports, in dollars, between 2005 16 3.6 Pharmaceutical, medicinal and 14 botanical products Other transport equipment 12 Coke and refined petroleum Food products, beverages and 10 products tobacco Base metals and metal 8 products Chemical products and 2009 6 Electrical apparatus 3.8 4 Mechanical machinery and Furniture Leather products 2 equipment 0 Computer, electronic and 2 0 1 3 4Wood and wood products; 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 optical apparatus -2 paper products, products of printing Textiles and clothing -4 Motor vehicles and trailers -6 Italian exports market share (average 2005-2009)The size of the circles represents the sectors average share of w orld exports in the period 2005-2009. Red (green) circles identify sectors in w hich Italys share decreased (increased)betw een 2005 and 2009.Source: ICE on Eurostat and national statistical institutes data
  15. 15. ITALY’S SECTORAL BALANCES (billions of euros)604020 ICT, electrical equipment Transport equipment Food and agricultural and precision instruments Products of mining products and quarrying 0 Mechanical Textiles, clothing and Fabricated metal Electrical and non machinery and leather products products (except for electrical domestic equipment machinery and equipment-20 equipment)-40-60-80 2006 2007 2008 2009 Source: ICE on ISTAT data
  16. 16. INTERNATIONALIZATION OF ITALIAN FIRMS (exports in millions of euros) 2000 2005 2009(1) (2) No. of exporting firms 188.915 201.680 189.812 % change 3,0 1,7 -4,3 Exports (3) 254.081 296.954 286.260 % change 17,2 5,3 -21,4 No. of foreign affiliates 16.477 20.208 …. % change …. 2,6 …. No. of workers abroad 1.152.365 1.215.775 …. % change …. 1,3 ….(1) Provisional dataSources: Based on Istat and ICE-Reprint, Politecnico di Milano data
  17. 17. NUMBER OF EXPORTING FIRMS BY SIZE CLASS (NUMBER OF WORKERS) AND THEIR SHARE OF THE VALUE OF EXPORTS IN 2008 853 170.238 More than 500 1-49 32,4% 27,3% 7.356 5.327 50-99 100-499 11,3% 29,0% Chunks represent shares on the value of exportsSource: ICE on ISTAT data
  18. 18. THE ITALIAN CLUSTERSItalian clusters are unique territorial entities characterized by the active presenceof both a community of people and a population of firms in one naturally andhistorically bounded area. In the district, unlike in other environments, such asthe manufacturing towns, community and firms tend to merge.The clusters in figures•156 industrial districts in 17 regions• 50% in the North, 30% in the Centre and 20% in the South• 25% employees in Italy across all sectors of production• 39.3% employees in Italy in the manufacturing sector.Italian clusters are focused on fashion (textile, gold), home (furniture, tiles),mechanics, leather and food.Along with these clusters in traditional Made in Italy sectors many technologicaldistricts have developed specializing in medicine, biomedical technology,instrumental and precision engineering, robotics, micro-electronics, ICT,aerospace, new materials and nanotechnology.
  19. 19. Overview on Industrial districts in Italy
  20. 20. MAIN TECHNOLOGICAL DISTRICTS IN ITALY Construction Technologies Novamont Molecular - Alto Biomedicine Mater-Bi® used in a range of sectors: Adige - Venezia Giulia ICT Biotechnologies Advanced Materials Nanotechnologies High-Mech Micro and Nano Technologies Wireless High-Mech Technologies Mecathronics Food Innovation, Security and Quality Agro-industry Integrated Intelligent Innovation Systems for Logistics Biotechnologies ICT High-Tech Mecathronics Aerospace Technologies Technologies for Defence hydrogeologic risks New Materials Cultural Heritage Logistics Micro and Nano Systems Biomedicine Agrobio and Eco-fishing Health Technologies Logistics
  21. 21. For contacts and informationsanpietroburgo@ice.itwww.italtrade.comБлагодарю Вас за внимание
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