Council for the United States and Italy

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The Council for the United States and Italy
Founded 1983
Focus Improve informations, examination of economic and political issues
Location
Area served
Italy, United States of America
Method Membership contributions
Key people
Sergio Marchionne, Samuel J. Palmisano
Mission

The Council aims at fostering closer ties between the United States

and Italy
Website consiusa.org

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.[1] Robert Agostinelli was former Vice-Chairman of the Council for the United States & Italy.[2]

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