The number of licences requested by Chinese manufacturers to import their goods into Italy more than doubled in January, when quotas on imports from China into the European Union were dropped. The increase in demand for import licences is causing particular concern in the Italian textile and fashion industry, which is finding it difficult to compete with the prices of high-quality Chinese imports.
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VIA MECENATE (Colle Oppio) – 130 sqm top floor loft on 2 levels, lift, super modern, furnished, very large living room with fireplace and kitchen area at one end, bathroom and upst...
- Lightweight, safe, infant seat that bounces up and down and sways from side to side, just like parents do when comforting their baby. - Made for any parent that needs an extra...
International School is looking for qualified English mother tongue teachers. Previous experience with children aged 3 to 6 essential.