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Pandolfi in the 1970s

Filippo Maria Pandolfi (born 1 November 1927 in "Bergamo) is a former Italian politician, minister, and "European commissioner.

Pandolfi graduated in philosophy at the "Università Cattolica Milano, taught for some years and then worked for a publisher of scholastic books.

He was a member of the "Christian Democracy party. He was elected to the Italian parliament in "1968, heading the list in electoral district of "Brescia–"Bergamo in "1976, "1979, "1983, and "1987.

Filippo Pandolfi was finance undersecretary in the "Aldo Moro government from 1974 to 1976. In 1976 he became Minister of Finance, in 1978 Minister of the Treasury, then from 1980 to 1983 Minister for Industry and Trade, and finally from 1983 to 1988 Minister of Agriculture and Forestry.

From 6 January 1989 to 5 January 1993 he was the European Commissioner in the "Delors Commission, having portfolio for Research and Development.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
"Gaetano Stammati
"Italian Minister of Finance
29 July 1976 – 11 March 1978
Succeeded by
"Franco Maria Malfatti
Preceded by
"Gaetano Stammati
"Italian Minister of Treasury
11 March 1978 – 18 October 1980
Succeeded by
"Beniamino Andreatta
Preceded by
"Antonio Bisaglia
"Italian Minister of Trade and Industry
20 December 1980 – 28 June 1981
Succeeded by
"Giovanni Marcora
Preceded by
"Giovanni Marcora
"Italian Minister of Trade and Industry
1 December 1982 – 4 August 1983
Succeeded by
"Renato Altissimo
Preceded by
"Giuseppe Bartolomei
"Italian Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
4 August 1983 – 13 April 1988
Succeeded by
Calogero Antonio Mannino
Preceded by
Karl-Heinz Narjes
"European Commissioner
6 January 1989 – 5 January 1993
Succeeded by
"Antonio Ruberti
Preceded by
"Lorenzo Natali
Italian member to "Commission of the European Communities
6 January 1989 – 5 January 1993
Succeeded by
"Antonio Ruberti


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