Last wedensday,on his second day of his visit to London (tuesday he had met with Cameron and Tony Blair), Premier Matteo Renzi said he heard a message of “hope” from business and financial leaders interested in investing in Italy.
After meeting with representatives of several banks, companies and the London Stock Exchange he concluded that thankfully there are many people – not only in England – who still want to invest in Italy.
Since he became premier in February, Renzi has embarked on a series of reforms aimed at boosting the country’s economic growth and reducing unemployment rate that has hit a record of 13%.
This was a very important visit for Renzi.Top of the agenda during his meeting with Cameron was Europe (mainly on the employement side) ahead of Italian EU presidency from next july. The other important appointment was the face to face with Blair
We have been speaking about how often the Italian premier is compared to Tony Blair and his style. Renzi himself has a great esteem for the former minister and he often refers to him and his work