Venerdì, 19 Ottobre 2018

Italian unemployment to worsen in 2013, study says


Rome, January 2 - Italy's 10.8% unemployment rate
is due to climb in 2013 to 11.4%, as the gap widens between
north and south, according to a report Wednesday.
The study, compiled by the national union of chambers of
commerce Unioncamere and research company Prometeia, said
southern regions faced an 18% jobless rate on average.
Calabria will be hit the hardest with 20.6% unemployment
this year, followed by Sicily at 19.6% and Campania at 19.3%,
the report predicted.
Trentino-Alto Adige, the small region bordering Austria,
faces 5.8% unemployment, the lowest in the country, according to
the study.
Ferruccio Dardanello, the president of Unioncamere, said
there were "some signs of recovery" in the year ahead.
"For this reason we need to redouble efforts to give a
boost in confidence to Italians," he added. "We absolutely need
to revive investments, without which there can be no sustainable
development, as well as the internal market, which depends on a
real recovery in employment levels".

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