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Business Structure in Italy

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Old Apr 7th 2014, 12:14 am
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Hi, I am looking to start a business in Italy. Import/Export.

I have a PIVA (as I am a consultant) anyway, but I would like to have a SRL form if possible.

Has anyone got any advice (mainly for the import/export side) from Italy and any problems especially in regards to labour hiring etc.

I have a business in another country but as I am resident in Italy, I would like to establish one like a SRL?
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Old Apr 15th 2014, 12:47 pm
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Does any one know a commercialista ? for company formation etc..
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Does any one know a commercialista ? for company formation etc..
just ask at the nearest "Chamber of Commerce" - Camera di commercio - and they will give you all the necessary information about how to open an SRL. It should be very simple.

Also hiring is very easy. The only thing is there are so many different kinds of job contracts....

good luck.
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