An investment seminar on Wednesday opened in Brussels, Belgium, with the opening of a new centre in the city’s capital.
The seminar is hosted by a Belgian company, Semino Rossi, which has been involved in investments and development in Italy for a number of years.
It aims to bring investment expertise to the region.
Semino has partnered with a Belgian university, Institut d’Investigations, to develop a program in the region, called Semino Rome.
The program will be open to the public.
The Semino workshop will take place in two parts, with a first day of lectures on January 17 and the second day of talks on January 23.
It is also planned to have a second session on January 26, the day after the annual meeting of the European Parliament, the body responsible for the promotion of investment in the European Union.
The first seminar took place in April, and the latest one took place on November 14.
The conference is part of a broader initiative by the Italian government to open up investment in Italy and help strengthen its local economies, which are still recovering from the financial crisis.
The aim is to build new growth in the country.
The EU’s strategy for boosting investment is to focus on boosting jobs and the competitiveness of Italy’s local economy, which is one of the most important in Europe, and to stimulate the economy, including by supporting local and national investment, said Marietta Bazzi, the head of the EU Commission’s Development and Growth Directorate.
In 2015, Italy’s economy shrank by 0.3 percent, the biggest drop in Europe.
This year, the economy grew by 1.3 per cent, according to the latest figures.