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Leonardo (2). Di Maio: "130 million euros for the Nola and Pomigliano plants"

Prime Minister Conte: "Italy leader in the industrial sector"

During the presentation of Aerotech Campus at the Leonardo di Pomigliano d'Arco (Naples) plant today, the vice premier, Minister of Economic Development and Labor Luigi Di Maio announced that € 130 million will be allocated to production sites "of Nola and Pomigliano to relaunch the aerostructures of Leonardo". An investment in which Di Maio -and the Government- firmly believes "because it will allow us to have 2000 new operational square meters, which will allow to establish innovative start-ups that will be joined by Leonardo's engineers and researchers of the Federico II University of Naples". This is a way to give "wealth to a territory where there is a culture of work". An event that in addition to Di Maio was attended by the President of the Council Giuseppe Conte, the president of Leonardo Gianni De Gennaro and the CEO Alessandro Profumo; and has allowed the exponent of the M5S to sign the deed that unlocks 1 billion euros of public funds to be allocated to support the aeronautics industry.

A project, that of Aerotech Campus "that promises the renewal of the Atr lines according to new generation standards that see a massive use of robotics", explained Giuseppe Conte underlining that "the Government is attentive to the South and can not but highlight its attention on the choice of Leonardo to relaunch the aerostructures sector". The thanks of the Prime Minister were also for his deputy Luigi Di Maio who "has in his hands the tools for the digital breakthrough of all Italian industries, a field in which Italy has a leading position".

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