Venice has its canals, Rome its Coliseum, Florence its heritage of art. But Italy now has a surprisingly emerging new signature market: a burgeoning machining sector. Of the sights and sounds associated with the Italian specialty, the whirl and clickity-clack of industrial machinery might not rank nearly as high as art, fashion, cuisine, architecture or music. But that doesn’t mean Italy...
American manufacturing companies are scaling down their plans for investment amidst the current economics recession, but a new study being released by the Italian Trade Commission shows that companies already using Italian equipment are less likely to cut capital spending. The complete Executive Summary of Findings will be available in September of 2009. About the Sample The Machines Italia...

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