- Italy is offering newcomers in its southern area €700 month to month for a long time so they could remain in its villages. The administration of the locale is anyway giving the cash out relying on the condition that the new occupants must start a business there.
Molise, an underpopulated district in southern Italy, is offering to pay newcomers €700 consistently for a long time so they could remain in one of its villages.
The condition for the installment is that the town must have more than 2,000 occupants and before a newcomer meets all requirements for the installment, he should pledge to start a business there.
As indicated by the leader of the Molise area, Donato Toma, offering cash without the condition for speculation will make the entire arrangement like charity or philanthropy motion.