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The Municipality of Milan and the Milan Chamber of commerce


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Palazzo Marino is Milan’s city hall since 1861. The project for the building was created by architect Galeazzo Alessi from Perugia  in 1558. The name of the building is due to Tommaso Marino, a rich Genoan merchant who became wealthy in Milan and wished to make it his private home.  The construction was interrupted in 1570 when Alessi left,  it was then completed at the end of the 19th century by architect Luca Beltrami

 


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What are Chambers of Commerce?

Italian Chambers of Commerce Industry Handicraft and Agriculture are "public bodies that perform functions of general interest for the business system, focusing on development of local economies". They are all independent bodies as each Chamber of Commerce has its own Articles of Association, defines its own political programme and, in addition, is independent from a financial and management point of view

What are its key functions?
The various functions and services can be divided into 4 main categories:

  • Administration services: archiving and updating of business registers, lists, bars etc where all the main information on all firms and business are registered
  • Promotional services: support to businesses and the development of the local economy
  • Monitoring, studies, and analysis of local economy data: providing all necessary information, collected from and provided to businesses, to obtain in-depth knowledge of the socio-economic situation in the area
  • Market regulatory functions: to promote and increase levels of transparency, confidence and equity of economic relations between businesses and between businesses and the general public ...see more