“Reforms slowly, you need a change of pace”. The alarm is raised by the National Industry Association which in the general assembly also focuses on the centered results, “from the liberalization of recruitment to the renewal of the contract with three trade unions”. The general assembly of Anis was held yesterday in the headquarters of Piazzetta Lazzari. After the approval of the 2021 and 2022 financial statements, the president Neni Rossini illustrated the activities carried out in the past year, focusing the spotlight on “some successes” reaped for the benefit of the whole system.
Results and criticalities
The first milestone that Anis can boast of concerns the liberalization of recruitment, he notes, which will allow companies “to respond to the renewed demands of the markets”. The second, which involved lengthy negotiations, concerns the renewal of the Industry contract signed with the three unions. On the other hand, the industrialists complain, the interventions on pensions, the labor market and Igr that should have been presented by June “to secure public accounts and system sustainability, all the more reason – he urges – phase of uncertainty photographed by the last analysis of the Anis Observatory “, with the risk of getting stuck” in a supply crisis “. The Union is equally strong due to the lack, defined as historical, “of investments in infrastructures and capable of reducing dependence on the outside”, so penalizing because Titano is outside of Europe. A hot front on which the president announces the opening of “a window, given the progress of the negotiations for the Association Agreement, essential for businesses after the pandemic”. The same goes for the VAT on which you specify that you have received reassurance. “A technical working group will be formalized shortly to complete the regulatory part,” she points out. The hope is that if the agreement is concluded by 2023, the San Marino VAT is ready “for true integration into the single European market”. Finally, Anis’s table includes the vademecum for the correct management of waste sponsored by the Secretariat for the Territory as well as the priorities that emerged from the Regulatory Plan, including the possibility of new production facilities.