Pescara, Italy (PortSEurope) September 5, 2017 – Minister for the South of Italy Claudio De Vincenti has announced that the Abruzzo and Molise regions will have one of the special economic zones (ZES – zone economiche speciali), saying that the region has the required port network.
By the beginning of October a decree will details the operating rules of the Special Economic Zones.
Minister De Vincenti said, “We have the proposals of Calabria, for Gioia Tauro, and Campania, for the port system Naples, Salerno and Interporto di Nola.” Abruzzo and Molise did not submit proposals because they did not know if it was possible. After discussions, D’Alfonso and the President of Molise, Paolo Laura Frattura, identified ways to allow the two regions to have a special economic zone as well.
Pescara is part of Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mare Adriatico Centrale (Central Adriatic Sea Port Authority) together with Ancona, Falconara, Pescara, Pesaro, San Benedetto del Tronto and Ortona.
Source: Rete 8
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