Firms owed money by State to get to pay taxes in instalments
Companies must have proof to benefit13 September, 16:34
The companies wishing to benefit from the measures will need to provide official certification reflecting the State credits.
The first Italian 'to do' decree was introduced last month in a bid to boost the recession-ridden Italian economy. Amongst other things, it included measures to cut red tape and free up around three billion euros for public works projects this year as well as a plan to create 30,000 temporary construction jobs.
It also allocated money to finance improvements to the national rail network, school buildings and roads and cuts energy bills by a total of 550 million euros too.