It was in a deserving school in Gioia Tauro, a trading port on the Calabrian coast, not far from Messina, that Giuseppe Conte and his Minister for the South, Giuseppe Provenzano, presented their "2030 plan for the South", the first major ten-year plan. The plans of the past in favor of the South, which were based on the revival of private investment, having had only meager results, it is on massive public investment that the government is counting today to restore the region to path of depopulation on the path of trade and growth. The document promises to spend 123 billion over ten years, including 21 billion over the next three years.
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A project that defines some priorities on which the region is lagging behind as they condemn it to poverty. Starting with infrastructure, as growth is dependent on connection time. If 55 billion euros of works are planned, 33 billion euros will be committed
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