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The Council for the United States and Italy is a bi-national, private, non-profit organization founded in 1983 in Venice, with the establishment of the Board of Directors by the founding members (Gianni Agnelli and David Rockefeller among them).

The Council aims at fostering closer ties between the United States and Italy and - in a broader perspective - between the United States and Europe.

The focus of its activities is economic and financial, besides an interest in social, political, and cultural issues.

The Council is currently chaired by Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman and CEO of Pirelli & C., and Sam Palmisano, former Chairman of IBM, serve as Honorary chairmen respectively.


U.S. Biennial Conference 2015
The New York Biennial Conference was held on Tuesday, February 10, at Bloomberg’s headquarters.[...]

Matera, Italy 30th YLC
The 30th Young Leaders Conference (YLC) took place in Matera, Italy, on October 2-4, on the theme “Culture, creativity and technology: How new tools and paradigms are bringing a new life to personal, political and business behavior”. [...]

2014 Venice Workshop
This year’s Venice Workshop of the Council for the United States and Italy took place on Friday, June 13 and Saturday, June 14. [...]
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