By  on January 11, 2017
Paolo Gentiloni

MILAN — Despite the recent political changes, Italy’s government continues to support the country’s fashion industry and has pledged to channel 36 million euros, or $38.1 million, in the system this year through the Italian Trade Commission.

Opening Pitti Uomo in Florence on Tuesday, Carlo Calenda, Italy’s minister for economic development, revealed the investment, and Gaetano Marzotto, president of organizing body Pitti Immagine, said the government has upped the quota allotted to the fashion industry from 23 million euros, or $24.3 million, three years ago.

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