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SALDI - seasonal sales in Italy

The Republic of Italy is based on labor

Italian proverb "Chi non lavora non fa l'amore" - "Who does not work, does not make love" (© A. Celentano) reflects this principle. The postulate on labor is proclaimed in Article 1 of the Constitution of the Italian Republic (here the original text)
Why all this?
To the fact that constitutional articles on protection of workers, protecting their families' health, raising children, social security of pensioners and other democratic norms are successfully implemented in Italy. In particular, the struggle against monopolists and adventurers in trade is well organized. In 1998, the Government of Italy adopted the Law, regulating pricing and the season of discounts. According to this Law, in different regions of Italy the duration of winter and summer sales are strictly limited, and their period is determined by local authorities.
- What does this law give to manufacturers?
- Steady demand and the realization of the products.
- What does this law give to sellers?
- Quiet trading during the year and a guaranteed sale of surpluses at the end of the season.
- What does it give to customers?
- Allows you to save!

IN ITALY, THERE ARE TWO SEASONS OF DISCOUNTS:

July-September (sale of spring-summer collections) and January-March (sale of autumn-winter collections)

Calendar of summer sales 2019 for the regions of Italy

• Abruzzo
from July 6 to August 29
• Basilicata
from July 6 to September 2
• Calabria
from July 6 to September 1
• Campania
from July 6 to August 30
• Emilia-Romagna
from July 6 to August 30
• Friuli-Venezia-Giulia
from July 6 to September 30
• Lazio
from July 6 for 6 weeks to August 15
• Liguria
from July 6 to August 14
• Lombardia
from July 6 to August 30
• Marche
from July 6 to September 1
• Molise
from July 6 to August 30
• Piemonte
from July 6 to 8 weeks to August 25 (weeks may be inconsistent)
• Puglia
from July 6 to September 15
• Sardegna
 from July 6 to August 30
• Sicilia
from July 6 to September 15
• Toscana
from July 6 to September 1
• Trentino-Alto-Adige: Bolzano and the province
from July 6 to August 12
• Umbria
from July 6 to August 30
• Valle D’Aosta
from July 6 to September 1
• Veneto
from July 6 to August 31