Orgalime Position on the Commission Communication on Industrial Policy

Published: 8 February 2006

Policies & Issues: Industrial Policy

Orgalime welcomes the present Communication (COM 2005 474) and the new and dynamic approach to industrial policy which fully recognises the core role that the manufacturing industry plays in the economy of the EU, both today, in the jobs and growth agenda, and in the future, as “the key to exploiting the new knowledge economy”.

We now look forward to the development of these policies in practice and provide a number of comments and suggestions from our industry both on horizontal and on sectoral issues in the following position paper.

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