The unexpected pace of Italian recovery after the Second World War made foreign competition an acceptable threat. Productivity levels increased and Italian competitiveness on the international market soon ushered the trade boom began in the 1950s. This helped industrialists relax their doubts on liberalisation and European economic integration.

Italy’s Industrial Forces and European Economic Integration (1950s-1960s)

FAURI, FRANCESCA
2004

Abstract

The unexpected pace of Italian recovery after the Second World War made foreign competition an acceptable threat. Productivity levels increased and Italian competitiveness on the international market soon ushered the trade boom began in the 1950s. This helped industrialists relax their doubts on liberalisation and European economic integration.
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