Foreign companies. One company in ten, in Italy, is run by foreigners. This is the conclusion of a study conducted in Italy published by "The Sun 24 hours "
The foreign component of entrepreneurship in Italy continues to expand following an almost constant growth trend that, at the end of March of the 2017, there are 575mila companies created by immigrants.
And in the first quarter of this year, 3.674 units have grown. In the same period, the companies founded by Italians were instead reduced to 19.759. This is why the report speaks of a greater vitality of foreign business realities.
These are the most relevant data of the survey conducted by Unioncamere-InfoCamere and also reported by "Il Sole 24 ore", on the presence in Italy of companies led by people born abroad, with reference to the first quarter of the 2017.
Looking at the last seven years, the phenomenon of foreign entrepreneurship is confirmed as one of the engines that keep the national entrepreneurial system in balance, preventing a stronger contraction of its base.
Among the countries of origin of the(with reference to sole proprietorships, the only ones for which it is possible to associate the nationality to the owner), the most represented is Morocco, with 68.459 individual companies existing at the end of last March. In second place is China (51.077 companies), Romania (with 48.570) and then Albania (31329)
Individuals / individual companies according to the country of origin
This statistic represents the result of a Unioncamere-Infocamere survey. The graph shows the relationship between the foreign population and individual businesses founded by people born in these countries
The provinces where individual companies from people born in Albania are the most representative compared to other communities are:
- Siena 359 companies
- Rimini 559 companies
- Forli-Cesena 519 companies
- Pistoia 920 companies
- Savona 994 businesses
- Cuneo 723 businesses
- Piacenza 404 companies
- Varese 1048 businesses
- Trento 297 companies
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