Istat.it: Latest news The National Institute for Statistics (Istat) is the main supplier of official statistical information in Italy. It collects and produces information on Italian economy and society and made it available for study and decision-making purpose. http://www.istat.it/img/istat.gif 2017-06-26T11:30:00+02:00 Istat.it http://www.istat.it/en/archive Istat.it redazionesito@istat.it http://www.istat.it Data and analyses produced by the National Institute of Statistics may be extracted and reproduced freely, on condition that their integrity is respected and that the source is cited. <![CDATA[Foreign trade with non-EU countries. May 2017]]> 2017-06-26T10:00:59+02:00 2017-06-26T09:25:46+02:00 http://www.istat.it/en/archive/201714 Istat presents preliminary data on Italy’s foreign trade with non-EU countries in May 2017. The results of the survey on total foreign trade in May 2017 will be disseminated on coming 14 July. In May 2017 exports to non-EU countries increased by 13.9% and imports increased by 22.3% compared with the same month of the previous year. The trade balance showed a surplus of 2,658 million euro compared with a 3,257 million euro surplus in the same month of 2016. <![CDATA[Industrial turnover and orders. April 2017]]> 2017-06-23T10:00:07+02:00 2017-06-23T10:00:26+02:00 http://www.istat.it/en/archive/201690 The industrial turnover index measures the monthly evolution of sales by industrial enterprises at current prices. The new orders index is an indicator of the value of future deliveries of products (and services directly linked to these products) to be provided by industrial producers. Since January 2013 the indices are calculated with reference to the base year 2010 using the Ateco 2007 classification (Italian edition of Nace Rev. 2). In April 2017 the seasonally adjusted turnover index decreased by -0.5% compared to the previous month (-1.9% in domestic market and +2.2% in non-domestic market). The percentage change of the average of the last three months compared to the previous three months was +0.6% (+0.7% in domestic market and +0.2% in non-domestic market). <![CDATA[The redistribution of income in Italy. Year 2016]]> 2017-06-21T10:19:01+02:00 2017-06-21T10:24:31+02:00 http://www.istat.it/en/archive/201600 According to the Istat microsimulation model FaMiMod, in 2016 public policies reduced inequality by 15.1 percentage points of the Gini index: from 45.2 estimated for the primary household income earned on the market, to 30.1 relating to the disposable income. Pensions and other public transfers have had a greater redistributive impact (10.8 points) than social security contributions and taxes (4.3 points). <![CDATA[Production in the construction sector and construction costs. April 2017]]> 2017-06-19T10:07:09+02:00 2017-06-19T09:26:28+02:00 http://www.istat.it/en/archive/201430 In April 2017 the seasonally adjusted index of production in construction compared with the previous month decreased by 4.1%. In the quarter Feb-Apr 2017 the index increased by 0.9% with respect to the previous quarter. In April 2017 the cost index for road construction with tunnel section remained unchanged compared with the previous month and incresad by 0.8% compared with April 2016; the cost index for road construction without tunnel increased by 0.1% compared with the previous month and by 1.0% compared with the same month of the previous year. <![CDATA[Foreign trade and import prices. April 2017]]> 2017-06-16T10:07:52+02:00 2017-06-16T09:37:08+02:00 http://www.istat.it/en/archive/201351 In April 2017 seasonally-adjusted data, compared to March 2017, decreased by 1.8% for outgoing flows and by 0.6% for incoming flows. Exports decreased for non EU countries (-4.9%) and increased for EU countries (+0.7%). Imports decreased for both areas: by 0.8% for non EU countries and by 0.5% for EU countries. In April 2017 the total import price index increased by 0.1 % compared to the previous month (the index increased by 0.1% for the euro zone and by 0.2% for the non-euro zone) <![CDATA[The effects of tax provisions on enterprises]]> 2017-06-16T11:07:30+02:00 2017-06-16T11:44:23+02:00 http://www.istat.it/en/archive/201373 This note analyzes the effects of the main provisions on corporate income taxation adopted in Italy in 2017: the reduction of the corporate income tax rate (IRES) from 27.5% to 24.0%, the temporal extension of the super-depreciation for new capital goods (the so called “maxi-ammortamento”) and the reduction of the allowance of a notional return on equity (the so called ACE allowance, “Aiuto alla Crescita Economica”). Istat.it
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