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In recent years, industrial policy has become an even more important topic in the Community debate. Globalisation and competition from new emerging countries have made it necessary for industry to adapt to structural changes.
In order to stimulate industrial competitiveness, the European Union (EU) combines a horizontal approach, aimed at creating stimulating framework conditions in various strategic areas, with a sectoral approach in which account is taken of the particular characteristics of each sector.
INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND COMPETITIVENESS
- An integrated industrial policy for the globalisation era
- Fostering structural change: an industrial policy for an enlarged Europe
- Key issues for competitiveness in Europe
- Industrial policy in an enlarged Europe
- Productivity: The Key to Competitiveness of European Economies and Enterprises
- European strategy for the development of key enabling technologies
- Forest-based industry
- Textile industry
- Non-energy extractive industry
- Naval construction sector
- Space industry
- Defence industry
- Business-related services