German governmental and business leaders launch major push to expand skilled labor force.
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It’s report card time again, and Germany has brought home some excellent marks. The magazine US News and World Report ranked Germany the second-best country in the world for entrepreneurs, behind only Japan.
The federal German government has announced a new blockchain strategy, aimed at exploiting the opportunities represented by this technology and enlisting them to drive the digital transformation of the country.
There’s no better label for products around the world than “Made in Germany.” That’s the conclusion of a new study carried out by the online survey platform YouGov and Cambridge University in the UK.
Germans work fewer hours than people in many other countries but tend to be more productive. That’s one finding of a recent Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) study.
Compared to other countries in Europe the economic strength of Germany is not based on a single region. Did you know that two thirds of German SMEs are based outside urban areas?
For four years starting in the fall of 2019, the federal German government will be offering 25 million euros worth of new financial aid to startups. The money explicitly targets non-technical fledgling businesses.
It is a strategic imperative that environmental sustainability become a hallmark of European battery manufacturing and European e-mobility.
A new economic report shows that Germany’s decentralized economy is one of its greatest strengths. Mario Ohoven, president of the German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses, explains how fragmentation has led to greater prosperity.
As the German government and car manufacturers try to get more electric vehicles on the road, massive efforts are being made to ensure that charging stations for these vehicles are plentiful, ubiquitous and fast.