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How Small Businesses Can Take on China


Small to medium-sized Italian companies are finding themselves pulled in two directions: on the one hand they are looking to improve operating costs while maintaining market shares and production levels; on the other they are watching out for new opportunities in research and development. The objective is to improve product quality and differentiate the offer from the standards of the ever-more numerous and aggressive international competitors. And all of this is taking place during a new season of industrial districts.

Small to medium-sized Italian companies are finding themselves pulled in two directions: on the one hand they are looking to improve operating costs while maintaining market shares and production levels; on the other they are watching out for new opportunities in research and development. The objective is to improve product quality and differentiate the offer from the standards of the ever-more numerous and aggressive international competitors. And all of this is taking place during a new season of industrial districts.

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