As it's impossible to find the 18 points from their Verona Manifesto (you'll only find a couple points, namely them stating they're Christians, Jews are enemies, and they want a republic) but here's some interesting points:
"10. - Private property, the fruit of labor and individual savings, integration of the human personality, is guaranteed by the State. However, it must not become a disintegrator of the physical and moral personality of other men, through the exploitation of their work."
"11. - In the national economy, everything that, by dimension or function, leaves the individual interest to enter the collective interest, belongs to the sphere of action that is proper to the State.
Public services and, as a rule, war fabrications, must be managed by the state through parastatal bodies."
"12. - In every company (industrial, private, semi-state, state) the representatives of technicians and workers cooperate intimately (through a direct knowledge of management) in the fair setting of wages, as well as in the fair distribution of profits, between the fund reserve, the result of share capital and the participation in the profits themselves by the workers.
In some companies this may be done with an extension of the prerogatives of the current factory commissions. In others, by replacing the boards of directors with boards of management, made up of technicians and workers, with a representative of the state; in still others, in the form of a parasyndical cooperative."
"The expropriation of uncultivated lands and badly managed farms can lead to subdivision between laborers, to be transformed into direct farmers, or to whose application the Party and the trade unions are giving the necessary impetus."