Also known as Bankitalia, it is the central bank of the Italian Republic, since 1998 an integral part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). It is a public law institution.
Nomisma S.p.A. is a consultancy company founded in 1981 in Bologna by a group of economists, including Romano Prodi, with the support of some banks or large economic bodies. At present the shareholders include Italian and foreign financial institutions and business groups.
Confederazione generale dell’industria italiana
The General Confederation of Italian Industry, also known as Confindustria, is the main representative organization of Italian manufacturing and service companies, grouping over 150,000 companies on a voluntary basis, also including banks and since 1993 also public companies for a total of 5,439,370 employees.
Statista is a German web portal for statistics, which makes available data collected by institutions that deal with market research and opinions, as well as statistics regarding the economic and state sphere. The company declares that on its platform there are statistics regarding more than 80,000 topics resulting from more than 22,500 sources.
The Nielsen Company is a multinational company based in the United States, created in 1964 by the merger of two Dutch publishing houses, De Spaarnestad and Cebema. Originally the name was Verenigde Nederlandse Uitgeversbedrijven, which means “United Dutch publishing houses”. His name was shortened to VNU in 1999.
In the EU, national and local institutions Federdistribuzione represents and brings together the distribution companies operating in food and non-food sectors carrying out their business through the most innovative formulas of modern commerce: shopping centers and hypermarkets.
The institutional activities implemented by Federdistribuzione, including the preparation of studies and research, are based on transparency and fairness, moreover they contribute to public decision-making process through a transparent action protecting interests