Council for the United States and Italy
|Focus||Improve informations, examination of economic and political issues|
|Italy, United States of America|
|Sergio Marchionne, Samuel J. Palmisano|
The Council for the United States and Italy (CONSIUSA) is a non-profit, organization founded in 1983 whose purpose is to foster better ties between the United States and Italy, with a focus on economy and finance. David Rockefeller and Gianni Agnelli are among its founding members. Robert Agostinelli was former Vice-Chairman of the Council for the United States & Italy.
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