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06 April 2018

The promised fiscal land to counteract the brain drain

Rome is well worth (one less) tax. But so is Milan, Naples, and any other city that can grant asylum and offer a job to the “brains” that come back home. This rewording of the famous historical quote sums up quite well what the lawmakers intended to do: give an incentive that could convince many Italian citizens to come back, all those who carry out their “highly qualified or specialized” business abroad. And this wouldn’t apply to Italians only: the fiscal lure is extended to talent of any nationality.

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