One sector in Germany that is profiting from the restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic is electronics.
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German electronic exports and imports up markedly in Q1 2019.
The coronavirus pandemic has created new arenas and chances for investors interested in German businesses. The openings are particularly apparent in robotics, 3D printing, data protection and e-learning.
Smart Homes are growing in popularity in Germany, found a study commissioned by the country’s digital industry organization bitkom.
GTAI builds new bridges to the Emerald Isle.
Germany is well known as one of the world’s top trade fair locations. Cancellation of events due to Covid-19 hit organizers hard. But new concepts allow for an optimistic outlook.
The European Patent Office (EPO) puts Germany at the top of Europe and second in world in the future-oriented sector of additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing.
Australian maker of 3D printers SPEE3D hasn’t let the Covid-19 pandemic hinder the founding of a German subsidiary. And the company may have an ace up its sleeve.
Thirty years after German reunification, many regions in eastern Germany are still undergoing structural change. The economy in the West is also changing, for a variety of reasons. On the upside, these developments provide promising opportunities for foreign companies.
In August 2019, the US American aerospace specialist Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) and the 328 Support Services GmbH corporation (328SSG) announced their plans to establish a new aircraft production site at Leipzig/Halle Airport.
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