“L’Istat confirmed the preliminary estimates on the growth of GDP of the Italian economy in the second quarter of 2021, validating an increase of 2.7% compared to the previous quarter and of 17.3% compared to the second quarter of 2020. With an acquired change in gross domestic product for 2021 equal to + 4.7%, estimate a growth level of GDP 2021 close to + 6% it seemed, to most people, a gamble “.
“Instead, the advent of the Draghi government, with its credibility, was the game changer which produced on ours economic system effects of confidence such as to give an unexpected boost (always for the most part) to our economy, with all due respect to the fashion pessimists “, he comments in a note Renato Brunetta, Minister for Public Administration.
“Now”, he continues, “we need to accompany these excellent signals that come from the main aggregates of the domestic demand in further expansion with consistent choices of Political Economics, to give even more vigor to the contribution that can come from metropolitan areas and, in particular, from the tertiary sector ”.
“This growth, in fact, could be even higher, if the ordinary way of working in the presence is restored, both in the public and in the private sector. Starting from the school, with the return to class of teachers and pupils. A return to the presence also necessary to make the reforms already implemented fully effective, such as simplifying access to the 110% superbonus, in the interest of citizens, families and businesses ”.
“In doing so, with strict compliance with health rules combined with green pass, our economic system, which today is still below its potential growth level, would make another step forward, which would benefit even more the urban service sectors, such as those of Horeca (hotels, restaurants, bars),clothing and gods transport“.
“Strong economic growth, therefore, is unquestionable. To transform it into a lasting and structural recovery, the government is doing its part by implementing reforms. Alongside this, the entire country needs to take ownership of the process of change triggered by the Pnrr. It depends on all of us “, concluded Brunetta.