Italy, Europe

 Italy is the 7th largest economy in the world and the 19th largest market for U.S. exports. There are many benefits to doing business in Italy. The appreciation of the Euro, the aging population, the influx of immigrants, the Italian strength in design and innovation, and the emphasis on renewable energy are just a few of the many incentives. In 2010, the Italian GDP was $1.77 trillion.

Cost of Living

Now, Italy is not an expensive country to live in comparatively Germany and UK. The cost of living is of course very much dependent on individual habits and lifestyle. Average monthly living expenses of a single person:

  • Accommodation (One Apartment) 150 – 300 Euro

  • Food 100 – 150 Euro

  • Local transport 25 – 40 Euro

  • Telephone/mobile, internet, TV 20 – 30 Euro

  • Miscellaneous 70 – 100 Euro

  • Total 365 – 620 Euro

Poland has become a major actor within the European Union (EU).  With a population of about 38.2 million, and a Gross National Income (GNI) per capita of $13,080 (2013, Atlas method), Poland has the largest economy in Central Europe, The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Poland expanded 3.30 percent in the third quarter of 2014 over the same quarter of the previous year.


  • Rome

  • Milan

  • Florence

  • Venice

  • Napoli







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