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Re-imagining Europe’s industrial policy

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'Industry 4.0': How European companies can really benefit

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Workers in Map Ta Phut, a petrochemical industrial hub in Thailand [©Solvay photolibrary]

Chemical industry guarded about its European future

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EU's revamped industrial policy dogged by 'better regulation' dispute

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Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, CEO of Solvay [© Jean-Michel Byl - Solvay photolibrary]

Solvay CEO: ‘We badly need a European energy policy’

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Elżbieta Bieńkowska

Bieńkowska: 'Our policies have to be overhauled'

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Bruno Liebhaberg [Photo © HorstWagner.eu, FEPS Europe/Flickr]

Bruno Liebhaberg: EU should re-think liberalisation of network industries

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Jeremy Rifkin

Jeremy Rifkin: Digital revolution could bind China to Europe

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[Zukunft Industrie/Flickr]

Germany’s Industry 4.0 in full swing, despite dissent from unions

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Commission looks to trade policy to protect key tech industries

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Photonics: fostering a new wave of industrial innovation

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Italy’s re-industrialisation struggle illustrates Europe’s woes

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EU 2020 and industrial competitiveness: SMEs in the surface engineering sector

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Europe’s re-industrialisation agenda: A green policy U-turn?

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel hopes Germany and Europe can catch up with the United States and China in the digital sector. [World Economic Forum]

Merkel calls for 'industry 4.0' at German IT Summit

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Sustainable chemistry: at the forefront of European innovation

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Around one fourth of industry power in Germany is generated from the plants themselves. Hainburg, Germany October 2013 [Carsten Frenzl/Flickr]

Brussels, Berlin bury hatchet over green energy rebates

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Assemblé Nationale

EU competition policy under attack in new French report

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PS Mountebourg

Brussels worried about French protectionism in Alstom talks

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Fântânele-Cogealac Wind Farm in Romania [Sandri Alexandra. 2011]

Romania to exempt heavy industry from green energy costs

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Alsumer Berg, 2014. [Michael/Flickr]

Germany backs exemptions to green energy rebates

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EU Industrial Policy: What industry needs for competitiveness and growth

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Europe abandons hopes of US-style shale gas revolution

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Industry needs affordable energy and feedstocks

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The EU should wrest back leadership on climate change from the courts

Lucas Bergkamp, emeritus professor, Erasmus University, Rotterdam

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Assya Kavrakova, Director, European Citizen Action Service

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Denis MacShane, Former Minister of the Balkans, British Government
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