Expansion of EIMA, Massimo Goldoni I can not explain no""
The debate on the future of the Bologna Fair, and the plan for the redevelopment of the neighborhood, should not affect whether or not to make investments, but only the way in which to articulate the plan, since it is obvious that this will bring benefits both to Fair as the city ".With these words the President FederUnacoma, the Italian federation of manufacturers of agricultural machinery (Confindustria), organizer of EIMA, intervened on the issue of BolognaFiere and the controversies and conflicts that in recent days have seen the face of a looming "no", contrary to the district development plan. Goldoni met the mayor Merola and the regional councilor for productive activities costs, which confirmed the financial commitment of 10 million euro for the part of public responsibility of the redevelopment project."An event like EIMA International - was announced by the Federation of manufacturers of machines for agriculture - not only represents excellence in the trade fair calendar of Bologna, but it produces for the city and the province, only in terms of induced regarding hotel hospitality, catering, transport and services, a turnover of at least 30 million euro per year. "According FederUnacoma interventions for the renovation of the structure and the expansion of the exhibition area would thus not a gamble from the business point of view but a necessary step to maintain efficient and competitive district. "On several occasions - explanatory FederUnacoma - the Fed has demonstrated with concrete data, the need to improve facilities to counter the foreign competition and to keep in Bologna a trade business that is for the whole city an important resource."To show the lack of exhibition space, FederUnacoma announces that today, nine months ahead of the event starting (9-13 November 2016), the EIMA organizers already have engaged more than 70% of the fairgrounds. "This leads us to predict - comment from the Fed - which for this edition a large number of industries will not be able to attend the event due to lack of space.""The fair should be identified in the events that take place in it - concludes Goldoni - and adapt structures to market needs should be a spontaneous and physiological process. Without improvements large festivals can not remain in Bologna and it is unclear who would benefit such a conclusion. ""
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