The latest numbers show labour is more expensive in Germany than in many other EU member states, especially in the industrial sector, though the trend does not show any negative effects for the country’s competitiveness. EurActiv Germany reports .
Dr. Veronique Steukers from the Nickel Institute puts forward industry's case for the framework conditions needed for competitiveness and growth and discusses the main issues of concern that must be tackled by EU Industrial Policy.
Today, more than one person in every thousand European citizens works in the European Aerospace and Defence Industries. But global competition is increasing and the question is; Will Europe be able to keep up the good performance also tomorrow?
Now is the time for the European Aerospace and Defence community, I mean Industry AND policy makers, to engage in a constructive debate. A debate on common strategies… Strategies that can be converted into investments for the future… A future where prosperity and competitiveness still become reality.
Organised for the second year, the Challenges & Opportunities for a Sustainable Future Conference provides the best opportunity to tackle the sustainability of the SMC/BMC industry within the value chain.
The EU must continue to invest in the pharmaceutical industry, where Europe has been a leader for many years, but where it's becoming more and more difficult to bring products to the market, says Bruno Strigini.
CEIR joined Orgalime in 2012 as an associate member. Klaus Schneider, President of CEIR, cites Orgalime amongst other things as "Value for money...professional...know how to move in a political environment...".