Italy: Who can save La Ippica? Ted Menmuir, SBC News · May 18, 2020 at 7:34 am Italian business waits for parliament to publish its ‘Revival Decree’ outlining the terms and conditions attached to sector-specific rescue packages sanctioned by the government. Having handled the epicentre of Europe’s coronavirus outbreak, Italy enters ‘phase two’ of its lockdown procedure allowing bars, restaurants and further commercial properties to reopen obeying social distancing orders. Meanwhile, in Rome, the Chamber of Deputies has turned its full attention to salvaging Italy’s domestic enterprise devasted by the wretched virus. From Lombardy to Sicily, regional MPs have urged PM Giuseppe Conte’s government to intervene saving vital industries, demanding emergency funds for tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, textiles, clothing, automotive and football of course.