Italian Trade Comission
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The Italian Film Commission (IFC) is a division of the Italian Trade Commission (ITC) and operates as the promotional office for the audiovisual industry. The IFC provides information and assistance to the U.S. film, television, and audiovisual industry to promote and encourage the use of locations, facilities and Italian production personnel.

The Italian Trade Commission is the government agency entrusted with promoting trade, business opportunities and industrial cooperation between Italian and foreign companies. Headquartered in Rome, where it is known as Istituto nazionale per il Commercio Estero (ICE), Agenzia per la promozione all estero e l'internazionalizzazione delle imprese Italiane, it operates through 65 branch offices and 14 points of correspondence and helps foreign and Italian companies to develop business partnerships.