In 2015, Italy witnessed signs of recovery, with peaks of excellence in cutting-edge companies, seven of which were for the first time included in the fifteenth edition of the “Technology Fast 500 Emea”, one of the most authoritative rankings in the technological sector that rewards the efforts and dedication of the companies belonging to more than 20 countries of the EMEA area (Europe, Middle East and Africa) that have recorded the highest rate of revenue growth in the last 4 years.
The collaboration between Italy and China has already started for a long time to encourage a constant dialogue on the themes of technological innovation and scientific research. The two countries, among other things, co-finance joint research projects, in particular on new materials, environmental issues and health.