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Italy: Measures to Reactivate the Economy, Promote Development, and Reduce Bureaucracy

(Nov. 19, 2014) The Italian legislature recently passed legislation to strengthen the national economy and to reduce bureaucracy. (Decree-Law No. 133, of September 12, 2014 (D.L. 133), Urgent Measures for the Opening of Construction Sites, the Construction of Public Works, Digitization of the Country, Reduction of Bureaucracy, the Mitigation of Hydrogeological Instability, and for the […]

Israel: Law on Minimizing Market Centralization and Promoting Economic Competition

(Dec. 18, 2013) On December 9, 2013, the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) passed the Law for Promoting Competition and Minimization of Centralization, 5774-2013 (Text of the Law [in Hebrew], Knesset website). In introducing the draft of the Law, Knesset Finance Committee Chairman Nissan Slomiansky expressed his expectation that it would substantially improve the Israeli economy by […]