Italian shoemakers ask for aid to mitigate the impact of Ukrainian war

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The Italian footwear association Assocalzaturifici is asking for state aid to mitigate the negative impact Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had on business. “We feel like we are back in March 2020, in the middle of the pandemic,” said the president of Assocalzaturifici, Siro Badon, during a roundtable at Micam, ...

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