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Pharmaceuticals, meeting in Chigi with the government on employment. Ed

Monday, October 6, 2014 - Reuters

ROME, October 6 (Reuters) - A meeting between the government and managers of some of the main pharmaceutical companies in Italy is taking place today in the Sala Verde of Palazzo Chigi to discuss the issue of employment.

This was announced by a government source.

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, with ministers Pier Carlo Padoan (Economy), Beatrice Lorenzin (Health), Federica Guidi (Development), Maria Elena Boschi (Reforms), undersecretary Luca Lotti and economic advisers Marco Simoni and Marco Fortis, meet John Lechleiter And Eric Baclet (Ely Lilly), Belen Garijo and Antonio Messina (Merck Serono), Andrew Witty And Daniel Finocchiaro (GlaxoSmithKline ), Joseph Jimenez And Georg Schroeckenfuchs (Novartis NOVN.VX>), Christoph Franz and Maurizio de Cicco (Roche), Joaquin Duato And Massimo Scaccabarozzi (Johnson and Johnson ), Olivier Brandicourt and Giovanni Fenu (Bayer), Alberto Chiesi (Chiesi pharmaceuticals), Lucia Aleotti (Menarini), Lambert Andreotti And Robert Tascione (Bristol-Myers Squibb).

Work: Farmindustria, Renzi determined, we are ready to lend a hand

Rome, 6 June. (Adnkronos) – “This country must return to growth, only in this way can it emerge from the crisis. I saw in this a great determination of the prime minister and we are ready to do our part, we have what it takes to help the country". This was stated by the president of Farmindustria Massimo Scaccabarozzi at the end of the meeting at Palazzo Chigi between some big names in the world pharmaceutical industry and a government delegation. “For the first time a prime minister meets a group of global CEOs in the same sector, he must be acknowledged. For us this is a very positive sign -Scaccabarozzi explained-. We are a sector that can represent something important for the country's economy: we created 1,600 jobs for the under 30s in 2014 alone, we had already made a commitment to Renzi for 2,000 by 2015". During the meeting, the president of Federfarma always explained, there was no mention of article 18 and the severance pay: "There was talk of the desire to give jobs to young people. For us, there is full support for the government to support the world of work and reduce unemployment. If the government wants to go in a certain direction, if it has the trust of the 40% it must be listened to. The government's objective is challenging, we want to do our part”.

Ed.: the words of the President of Farmindustria sound like a mockery of those 13,400 ISFs who have been fired in the last 7 years in the presence of significant increases in turnover, indeed with an increase, in the same period, of 63% in exports (unequaled in Italy). Is it possible that he doesn't have a minimum of shame in saying these things!

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