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16.09.2020
Efforts for climate protection must be increased. However, the proposal for greenhouse gas reduction now presented by the EU Commission shows considerable weaknesses in European climate policy.
24.08.2020
Only the Mercosur agreement will allow the EU to build political pressure The sooner it is implemented, the sooner consultations can also be requested on the issue of sustainability.
12.08.2020
There is no doubt that the summer break is here: for many, this is a good time to look back. However, we do not look back, but rather forward and summarize the most important European political issues of the mechanical engineering industry in the second half of the year.
06.08.2020
The webseminars will bring together experts, and professionals to discuss future perspectives for sustainable business.
03.08.2020
Every month we take a closer look at a European policy topic: this time the planned EU plastics tax. Take a look at the new "Report from Brussels" to see what it is all about and what the VDMA thinks about it.
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Recent videos

15.10.2019
A rapid economic upswing is not in sight for the mechanical engineering industry, but companies are using difficult times to get in shape. A trade agreement between the USA and China would bring a noticeable tailwind.
16.08.2019
Dr. Jutta Trube explains why the production of solar modules should return to Europe and under which conditions this step can be worthwhile. She explains the results of a VDMA study conducted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems.
11.07.2019
The VDMA is perceived as a voice promoting CO2 pricing. Thilo Brodtmann, Managing Director of the VDMA, explains what this means and how the VDMA positions itself in comparison to other energy pricing models.