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lunes, 18 de mayo de 2009

DECLARACIONES DEL PRESIDENTE DE SIEMENS

En unas declaraciones del Presidente de Siemens publicadas hoy en el Financial Times, el directivo se muestra optimista en relación con el futuro de los países que exportan maquinaria como Alemania. Su optimismo se funda en los gigantescos programas de construcción de infraestructuras y medioambientales puestos en marcha por los grandes países del mundo. Y sobre Gran Bretaña y España dice:
In the UK, industrial products account for only 13 per cent of the economy. There, the financial crisis has stoked up an opposite debate on whether Britain should re-industrialise. “Just take look at Spain, which has been celebrated as the job engine of Europe,” said Mr Löscher, who used to work there and whose wife is Spanish. “The country now turns out to be too much dependent on construction and tourism. It lacks highly innovative sectors that could help it come out of the recession.” . Europe would regain importance as a production site as a consequence of the structural shift towards green products, Mr Löscher said. But he added: “We have to be much more innovative as we are more expensive in our production.”

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