Industry’s development should become a national target, said Dep. Econ Minister Tzakri

4 January 2016
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The development of the industrial sector should become a national target if we want at some point to leave from the vicious circle of the memoranda and of the neoliberal European economic subordination, noted Deputy Economy Minister Theodora Tzakri in statements within the framework of the first meeting of the forum for the industry.

The minister also underlined that “now we know that we are alone in Europe, now that we know that it is a ground of extreme nationally economic competitiveness we will slowly build policies that will take advantage of the European framework and will give a productive and growth breather to our country”.

The forum’s main issue is the submitting of a series of proposals that will deal with crucial matters of the Greek industry and the drawing of a plan of immediate actions for the industry according to the reports of the six technical working groups.
According to schedule, each working group must submit its report until the end of February 2016.

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