All articles written by Nathania Zevi


Who is

Formally born in Rome, I consider myself a social networks citizen. I studied journalism at Columbia University in New York, where I worked for Condé Nast. In Italy, I spent two years at The Wall Street Journal. Now I write for This Is Italy website, Panorama newsmagazine and
Democratic Party (PD) acting head Enrico Letta outside his home in Rome.

What will the new Letta goverment do?

Once the new government is formed, several things will have to be done, especially on the economic side

by Nathania Zevi

Director Lagarde addresses the Economic Club of New York

Is Italy on the “right track”?

In 2013 economy in Italy is expected to fall by 1,5%,while unemployment rate will go up to 12,0%. According to the International Monetary Fund, however, Italy is on the “right track,” since it has accomplished all “tasks” required.

by Nathania Zevi

(Credits: CARLO CARINO / Imagoeconomica)

In Italy crisis is affecting the market of mergers and acquisitions

According to the last Mergermarket survey, during the first quarter of 2013, the only noteworthy business operation in Italy was the merger plan of Atlantia

by Nathania Zevi

(Credits: Sabrina Raschioni-Imagoeconomica)

Italy, a guide to contracts

Despite the crisis many foreign companies that consider Italy a place for business opportunities and where it can be worth opening new branches

by Nathania Zevi

The Parmacotto Restaurant in New York

Tuscan Prosciutto: a must, according to the Wall Street Journal

Italian delicacy Prosciutto Toscano PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) of the Parmacotto Group has recently been praised by the american newspaper

by Nathania Zevi


Gucci Group bids 13 million euros for Richard Ginori

Gucci, the Italian leather-goods and fashion giant, said Friday it has made an “irrevocable” offer of 13 million euros to save Richard Ginori, a historic tableware company, from bankruptcy.

by Nathania Zevi

1 euro

Start a business with 1 Euro, in Italy

While waiting for a new government to be formed, Italian institutions embark on a media campaign for the promotion of the so-called €1 SRL introduced by outgoing technical government of Mario Monti.

by Nathania Zevi

The Quirinale building in Rome

How the results of the Italian elections could affect the markets

The forum, organized by NIAF, the National Italian American Foundation that promotes Italian American culture and Heritage, focused on the hottest topic concerning Italian politics. Uncertainty.

by Nathania Zevi

Italian politicians, Pierluigi Bersani, Silvio Berlusconi and Beppe Grillo in figurines typical of Naples

Italian elections, the impact on Europe and the world

Members of italian and american press to discuss this topic in a panel organised by IB&II at the New York Times

by Nathania Zevi


The Italian Social App Competition began

The winning social entrepreneurs will receive all the support they need to launch a real startup project

by Nathania Zevi