(ANSA) – ROME, Jan 14 – Confartigiato, Senna and Casatigiani wrote to Prime Minister Mario Draghi that decisions being made “regarding access to credit and liquidity support are not sufficient to ensure the supply of oxygen necessary for our companies”. The EU is avoiding “more deadlock” on credit. “The end of the moratorium and the gradual reorganization of the public security system threatens to shift the gradual return to normal into yet another grip for companies that prevent them from promoting a potential recovery, or even from definitively ceding those who failed to catch it,” they warn.
It is necessary to readjust policies to support the production system to respond to the high uncertainty caused by the re-emergence of the pandemic, the strong growth in energy costs and the continuing difficulty in providing raw materials, and the emphasis on handicraft associations and small businesses in the letter sent today to the Chairman of the Board calling – they explain – to raise The level of awareness among European institutions to avoid further stalemate in banking regulations that makes access to credit more selective and complex for businesses, especially smaller ones. (Dealing).
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