CORAGGIO – VOLERE – TENACIA

Nel nome di tre super petroliere degli anni ’50, ritroviamo la storia del miracolo economico italiano…e ciò che manca agli imprenditori moderni…e ai politicanti:

CORAGGIO, VOLERE e TENACIA !!!!

(la fantafinanza non era contemplata)

Alla fine del secondo conflitto mondiale, la flotta versava in una situazione catastrofica avendo perduto praticamente la totalità del suo tonnellaggio d’anteguerra ma a seguito di un programma di ricostruzione del naviglio sociale efficiente ed ambizioso, già nel 1953, la società poteva contare su un tonnellaggio leggermente superiore a quello dal 1940

Le supercisterne degli anni ‘50:

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M/c Coraggio terza di tre m/c costruite nel Cantiere Ansaldo per la Achille Lauro di Napoli, costr. N° 1.481, impostata l’8 03-1952, varata l’11-01-1953, madrina sig.ra Laura Dufour Lauro, consegnata il 2 08-1953, tsl 17.050, lunga fra le pp 181 mt, larga 25 immersione 10, propulsione su due Fiat 759, due eliche, 17 nodi. Qui alle prove in mare.

 

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A bordo del brigantino Italia si svolgono infatti progetti di ricerca, formazione e terapia, educazione delle persone disagiate. Si persegue inoltre lo scopo di formare le persone che operano a contatto con il disagio.
Attraverso lo scambio delle esperienze diverse, anche internazionali, che fa, il brigantino Italia può essere definito come un ambasciatore dell’Italia educante, formativa e solidale nei mari del mondo.

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Letter of Credit (Rome Business School, Nigeria)

The English word “bank” derives from the Italian term “banco” (or “banca”), in turn stemming from the Frankish word “bank”.

In Italian, “banco” originally referred to a bench with a back, then a bench’s wooden seat, in the 1300s a shop counter, in the 1500s a craftsman workbench. Finally, from the counter where money was exchanged, collected and lent, it came to mean the institution itself offering those services.

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Like for almost everything, you can find the remote origins of the banking system in ancient history. Saving and borrowing services existed among the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia, where private individuals felt the need to entrust their riches to priests, and among the ancient Greeks.

Other than this mainly formal recognition, banking was an Italian invention.

Letter of credit

A letter of credit was one of the most important financial mechanisms that allowed international trade to flourish in the 15th century. As caravans wheeled, and ships sailed around Europe distributing fine goods, the letter of credit became a necessity for travelling merchants.

A letter of credit is an agreement in which the buyer’s bank guarantees to pay the seller’s bank at the time goods/services are delivered. They would be authorised to receive pounds in the London branch, for example, at 40 pence to the florin exactly 90 days after (the timing was always fixed).

Shipping large sums of money over land on a regular basis was too dangerous during this era. For this reason, traders would deposit florins (the Florentine currency of the day) in a Medici bank for a letter of credit.

Herein this tidy little innovation also lay the genius of the Medici wealth-generating machine. During the early Middle Ages, usury (the lending of money for interest) was a cardinal sin- which posed a problem for banking institutions such as the Medicis in a religiously-zealous society. A letter of credit was one of many ways they could disguise the interest within transactions, and refrain from angering the theocracy.

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Continuing our example from above, the London branch of the bank would then turn around and find someone wanting to purchase florins in Florence, but at the rate of 36 pence to a florin (currencies traded in different rates home and away). This little difference of 4 pence per florin gave the cunning Medicis a 22% annual return. In the eyes of the contemporary theologian, this was a currency exchange rather than a sin, absolving them of the judgment of God, whilst making a tidy profit.

 

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Lancia Appia Coupè Pinin

The Appia Coupé Pinin Farina was much loved by the jet set and refined female drivers in particular. The actress Sylva Koscina appeared behind the wheel of an Appia coupé in Luigi Zampa’s 1960 comedy film “Il Vigile” (The Traffic Policeman), which also starred Alberto Sordi. The vehicle apparently belonged to the actress, who claimed that her Appia Pinin Farina was the only car she could drive.

l’Appia Coupé Pinin Farina è molto amata dal mondo del jet set ed in particolare dal raffinato pubblico femminile. L’attrice Sylva Koscina, nelle riprese del film di Luigi Zampa “Il vigile” (1960) con Alberto Sordi, appare alla guida di un’Appia coupé. Pare che la vettura fosse realmente di proprietà dell’attrice, che affermava di essere capace di guidare una sola macchina: la sua Appia Pinin Farina.

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Ricchezza senza freni

Jeff Bezos: primo a superare la soglia dei 200 miliardi

La ricchezza fondatore di Amazon, già l’uomo più ricco del mondo dal 2017, continua a segnare nuovi record, grazie all’aumento vertiginoso del valore delle azioni del colosso dell’ecommerce (+25% negli ultimi tre mesi, +86% da inizio anno).

Risultato finale. La ricchezza del CEO di Amazon ha sfondato il tetto del 200 miliardi di dollari, impresa in cui nessuno era riuscito prima. Per la precisione, secondo l’indice Bloomberg Billionaires, mercoledì scorso la ricchezza personale di Bezos valeva circa $ 202 miliardi.

“Per anni col suo negozio di materiale elettrico ha avuto benessere per se e per la famiglia. Pagava tasse salate e l’affitto, lo stipendio a due dipendenti e tutto correva normalmente, ma poi è intervenuta la distribuzione via internet. “Ordini, ti portano a casa il materiale e paghi meno di quanto pago io al grossista lo stesso pezzo”.

Ormai quel negozio è l’ombra di se stesso, niente più dipendenti, pochissimi clienti, lavora per pagare l’affitto e le tasse. Perchè tiene ancora aperto ? Mi dice …Ho passato gli anni belli della mia vita qui dentro e chiudere mi sembra morire. L’orgoglio di un piccolo imprenditore contro Amazon e simili che giocano a chi ne fa chiudere di più fino a radere al suolo il commercio al dettaglio. Però, quando avranno tutto in mano, potranno decidere anche di alzare i prezzi perchè non servirà più la micidiale concorrenza sleale contro i piccoli.”

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…la ricchezza del CEO di Facebook (FB), Mark Zuckerberg ha superato i 100 miliardi di dollari.

Il CEO di Tesla (TSLA) Elon Musk, con un patrimonio netto di $ 96 miliardi ( a dispetto del colossale indebitamento delle sue aziende), è vicino a eguagliare la ricchezza di Zuckerberg. Il fondatore di Microsoft (MSFT) Bill Gates lo ha già fatto (124,3 miliardi).

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The flower of anger // Il fiore della rabbia

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I look at you at sunset: colors and salt enter my heart to fill the spaces of dreams and the wounds of my soul.

The sea is a great pianist of slow songs: accompanied only by my silent thoughts, he brings to the Gods his music and the flower of my already mature anger of petals full of poison and rancor.

Not even the magical bees of Olympus can turn so much gall into honey.

For what injustice and envy destroy, man can find peace only in atrocious revenge or in the reconstruction of life.

The sea can be peace and revenge, work and death, beauty and fear: with the roar of its waves it silences the chatter of poor and ignorant souls but welcomes the tears of the Earth and the honor of those who do not give up.

The depth of the sea preserves the anger and resignation of the righteous.

Infinite sea find a place to drown my curses and give me the strength to achieve new victories!

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Ti guardo al tramonto: i colori e il sale entrano nel mio cuore per riempire gli spazi dei sogni e le ferite della mia anima.

Il mare è un grande pianista di canzoni lente: accompagnato solo dai miei pensieri silenziosi, porta agli Dei la sua musica e il fiore della mia già matura rabbia di petali pieni di veleno e rancori.

Neppure le api magiche dell’Olimpo possono trasformare così tanto fiele in miele.

Per ciò che l’ingiustizia e l’invidia distruggono, l’uomo può trovare la pace solo nella vendetta atroce o nella ricostruzione della vita.

Il mare sa essere pace e vendetta, lavoro e morte, bellezza e paura: con il rombo delle sue onde zittisce le chiacchiere di anime povere e ignoranti ma accoglie le lacrime della Terra e l’onore di coloro che non si arrendono.

La profondità del mare conserva la rabbia e la rassegnazione dei giusti.

Mare infinito trova un posto dove annegare le mie bestemmie e dammi la forza per ottenere nuove vittorie!

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The History of IVECO

Founded in 1899 in Turin, Italy, by a group of engineers and investors including Giovanni Agnelli, the first vehicle built by Fiat (Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino) was a car. The firm soon branched out, though, into trucks and buses. In 1903, Fiat produced its first commercial vehicle, and in 1929 a specialist industrial vehicle division, Fiat Veicoli Industriali, was created.
In 1933, Fiat acquired OM, a truck, car and farm machinery maker. The company continued developing its passenger and goods vehicle businesses, and in 1966 made a further purchase, that of UNIC, a French manufacturer of trucks. Three years later the automobile, truck, bus and defence vehicle maker Lancia was acquired by Fiat.
In 1974, Fiat became the majority shareholder of Magirus Deutz, a German bus, truck and fire equipment manufacturer. The following year marked the birth of IVECO, when Fiat Veicoli Industriali brought together its own and acquired brands under a single entity, taking its name from the initials of the Industrial Vehicles Corporation it created.
In 1978, the IVECO Daily, the first light goods vehicle to be produced under the IVECO name, was launched, while two years later the company unveiled the first turbo diesel engine for heavy goods vehicles.

In 1986, IVECO acquired the Italian company Astra di Piacenza, a specialist in trucks for heavy quarrying and mining operations. In the same year, it entered into a joint venture with Ford’s truck operations, creating IVECO Ford Truck, a business of which it ultimately took full control, whereupon the Ford name was removed. Trucks sold under the partnership included the TurboDaily tractor unit and the light-duty Cargo, which under full Iveco ownership was later developed into the EuroCargo.

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IVECO increased its presence in the truck market still further with the 1990 purchase of Pegaso, a Spanish manufacturer of commercial vehicles. As part of the acquisition, IVECO also gained control of Pegaso’s British truck-making subsidiary, Seddon Atkinson.
The 1990s saw further new markets open up for Iveco and its truck products, with the establishment in 1996 of a joint venture with the Yuejin Motor Corporation in China, producing light commercial vehicles under the IVECO brand. The following year, IVECO entered the Latin American market, opening up sales to Brazil.
IVECO had also developed considerable presence in the bus and coach markets. In 1999, it was a co-founder, along with Renault, of Irisbus, which resulted from the equal-share merger of the two firms’ interests in the sector. In 2003, IVECO acquired Renault’s share of the Irisbus business.
In 2007, IVECO signed a further deal to develop business in China, this time with Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation to form SAIC-IVECO Hongyan, producing heavy duty trucks.
Along with other non-automotive divisions, in 2011 IVECO was demerged from Fiat S.p.A to become part of the new Fiat Industrial, Fiat Group’s capital goods division. In 2013, the business was transferred to CNH Industrial, following the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH Global N.V.

Today, IVECO is the leading European manufacturer of natural gas vehicles, after having launched its first natural gas trucks and buses in 1996, it has produced some 35,000 natural gas powered vehicles to date. Natural gas solutions utilise both CNG (compressed natural gas) and LNG (liquefied natural gas) technology, dependent on the mission, and are available across the entire Iveco range.

 

 

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Corte di giustizia dell’Unione europea

Alcune delle principali istanze giurisdizionali europee, nel rapporto tra loro e con altri attori istituzionali, appaiano adottare un atteggiamento apertamente negoziale, che va ben oltre la protezione di culture giuridiche e standard di giudizio, ma si legano piuttosto alla difesa di specifici interessi politici…

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Le corti europee tra dialogo e negoziato. Riflessioni a partire da due recenti documenti della Corte di giustizia dell’Unione europea su OMT e adesione alla CEDU.

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La moneta italiana compie 158 anni

 Era il 24 agosto del 1862 quando fu sancita la piena unificazione monetaria dell’Italia e la lira divenne l’unica moneta a corso legale nel paese. Monopolio che durò fino al 1999, quando fu adottato l’euro come moneta virtuale e poi come moneta circolante nel 2002.

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Forse la sua storia non è finita…..

Il ritorno della Lira italiana è davvero possibile? Sì, ma non nel modo in cui si potrebbe facilmente immaginare. Nessuna permanenza in Europa e dell’Euro come moneta unica pregiudicherà il ritorno della moneta che non circola più dall’ormai lontano febbraio del 2002. La Lira italiana tornerà invece come criptovaluta. Questo grazie a un progetto italoamericano, denominato ITL, ovvero Italian Lira. L’obiettivo finale è quello di creare un sistema di pagamento utilizzando la tecnologia che c’è dietro alle criptovalute (Blockchain) che sia svincolato da terze parti e dai governi.

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