Spending on infrastructure in Italy

Ten years to rebuild Italy. Infrastructure investments will reach a total of €100 billion ($100 billion) over the next ten years, thanks to funds from Italy’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan, its 2021 budget and other European sources. The spending will be overseen by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility (MIMS). The figure, calculated by SACE in its report “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Infrastructure in Italy“, will have a positive impact on the economy, also because of a knock-on effect from additional spending. According to the study, carried out for SACE by Oxford Economics, the investments will produce an added value for the Italian economy of €37.8 billion ($37.8 billion).