Identifying the major drivers for Industrial Competitiveness on the first Day of the Informal COMPET
Identifying the major drivers for Industrial Competitiveness and addressing key challenges for the future of European Industry will be at the centre of discussions today (12.5) on the first day of the Informal Competitiveness Council (Industry) chaired by the Greek Minister of Development and Competitiveness, Kostis Hatzidakis.
Ministers will review the latest developments and challenges and set the framework for a possible action roadmap, following the decisions of the spring European Council.
During working lunch Ministers will have the opportunity to discuss mechanisms to ensure the efficient and coherent mainstreaming of industrial competitiveness across all policy areas at EU and national level.
The Presidency will hold a press conference at the end of the meeting.
In: Growth & Competitiveness