Falconara Marittima: non-repayable contributions for new activities

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The contributions of 1,500 euros will be recognized to those who open a business in the historic centers, those of one thousand euros for the activities started in the other areas of the territory until the available funds are exhausted.

The non-repayable contributions of 1,000 and 1,500 euros for the new activities that open in the Falconarese area are back. TheMunicipal Administration of Falconara,confirming an initiative already launched in recent years, thus intends to encourage the arrival of companies to enrich the economic fabric of the city.

Italian or EU entrepreneurs who have opened, between 01 October 2020 and 31 August 2021,neighborhood businesses, food and beverage supply businesses and companies that exercise the activity of artistic craftsmanship, the activity of service to the person and craft activities of small production and sale that have a direct relationship with residential users can participate in the call.

Applications must be digitally signed and sent exclusively to the PEC address of the Municipality of Falconara Marittima: [email protected] Expiry date: 01-10-2021.

Istat confirms sustained GDP growth

In the second quarter of 2021, GDP recorded +2.7% compared to the previous quarter; +17.3% in trend terms.

According to the latestIstatdata, in the second quarter of 2021 the gross domestic product (GDP),expressed in chained values with reference year 2015, adjusted for calendar effects and seasonally adjusted, increased by 2.7% compared to the previous quarter and by 17.3% compared to the second quarter of 2020.

The change acquired for 2021 is equal to +4.7%.

Compared with the previous quarter, all the main aggregates of domestic demand recorded an expansion, with an increase of 3.4% in national final consumption and 2.4% in gross fixed capital formation. Imports and exports increased by 2.3% and 3.2% respectively.

National demand net of inventories provided a positive contribution of 3.1 percentage points to GDP growth: +2.8 points consumption by households and Private Social Institutions ISPs, +0.5 points gross fixed capital formation and -0.2 points in General Government (PA) expenditure.

By contrast, the change in inventories contributed negatively by 0.8 percentage points, while the contribution of net foreign demand was positive by 0.3 percentage points. There were positive economic developments for the added value of industry and services, which increased by 1.6% and 2.9% respectively, and stationary for the added value of agriculture.