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03.03.2021
Industrial companies in the European Union are more optimistic about the future.
26.02.2021
China is changing the entry regulations into the country again as of March 2, 2021.
18.02.2021
In 2020, machinery and equipment worth 160 billion euros was exported from Germany and imported for 67 billion euros.
05.02.2021
Nominal turnover of China's engineering industry increased by 5 percent in 2020, despite the Corona crisis.
03.02.2021
Regarding the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI), which was agreed in principle between the EU and China on 30.12.2020, VDMA Foreign Trade presents a first analysis.
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Diese Studie untersucht, wo der chinesische Maschinenbau heute steht, wie er sich entwicklen könnte und welche Strategien es für deutsche Hersteller gibt, der chinesischen Konkurrenz zu begegnen.
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Recent videos

13.01.2020
Ulrich Ackermann, Head of VDMA Foreign Trade, explains why the mechanical engineering industry's view of China as an important trading partner is currently critical and which measures the EU must therefore now initiate.
16.10.2018
VDMA-Präsident Carl Martin Welcker schildert die Konjunkturlage des Maschinenbaus im Herbst 2018, erklärt, was der Maschinenbau von der Politik fordert und äußert sich auch zum Handelsstreit zwischen den USA und China.
16.07.2018
A large number of high subsidies, linked to the "Made in China 2025" strategy or to state-owned companies in general, distort local competition in favour of domestic Chinese companies. "These subsidized or non-market-oriented mechanical engineering companies are increasingly conquering the global export markets including the EU and distorting international competition," says Ulrich Ackermann, Head of VDMA Foreign Trade.
12.12.2017
VDMA Executive Director Thilo Brodtmann talks about the economic outlook of German mechanical engineering in 2018, the most important markets and he explains the call of the mechanical engineers on the future German federal government.
17.10.2017
Machines improve our lives – on a large and small scale. Whether for our health, food or the many means of transportation that we use; whether we are looking at the ground deep below the sea or from high above – we need machines and people who utilize their skills to make the world a better place to live. That is the aim of mechanical and plant engineering. Humans – Machines – Progress.