FEEM working papers "Note di lavoro" series
2013 .106

The Dawn of Italian Industry in Argentina: Pirelli in Buenos Aires


Authors: Veronica Ronchi
Series: Economy and Society
Editor: Giuseppe Sammarco
Keywords: Italian industry, Pirelli, Argentina
JEL n.: N66, N8

Abstract

With a great vocation for internationalization, Pirelli begins expanding in Argentina in the final years of the nineteenth century. The first step is the establishment of a commercial chain followed by the construction of a factory started in 1910. Essential for the growth of the enterprise is the strong bond to Italian culture that characterizes Alberto Pirelli's proposals for the Argentine soil, from the  international exhibition in Buenos Aires in 1910 to the launch of Pirelli within the Compañía Italo-Argentina de Electricidad, together with other major Italian companies, the following year. The rise of Pirelli will continue, without interruptions, up to the present day.

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Suggested citation: Ronchi, V., (2013), 'The Dawn of Italian Industry in Argentina: Pirelli in Buenos Aires (1898-1910)', Nota di Lavoro 106.2013, Milan, Italy: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei.

 

 

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