Govt turns spotlight on 3,000 public-stake firms (2)

Rughetti says aim is to eliminate 'empty boxes'

(ANSA) - Rome, September 23 - The government has turned the spotlight on over 3,000 so-called 'partecipate' - firms that public bodies hold a stake in - with a view to eliminating useless ones to cut waste and stop possible corruption, Civil Service Undersecretary Angelo Rughetti told ANSA on Wednesday.
    He said the government was looking at "experimental companies, where the number of directors is greater than the employees...
    and the turnover is under certain thresholds". The aim is to "eliminate empty boxes," he said.
   

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