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Ref: I-036053
Date: 19/06/1996
Forum textile/habillement: extraits du discours de Martin Bangemann, membre de la CE
On 19 June 1996, the Textiles/Clothing Forum met in Brussels at the invitation of Martin Bangemann, Member of the EC in charge of Industrial Affairs, Information and Telecommunications Technologies.The Forum decided to set up three working parties, constiting of representatives of associations of industry, the trade unions, governments and the European Commission. They would put forward proposals for a European strategy for this sector before the end of the year. Their work would concentrate on improving the competitiveness of European industry, trade relations withnon-member countries and an internal section covering the operation of the internal market, State aids and cooperation between companies within the European Union. The forum brought together roughly 50 heads of trade associations and government representatives. The forum agreed that three working parties, each consisting of five representatives of the industrial associations, of the trade unions and of the governments, would be made responsible for tabling proposals for a strategy covering the following three topics before the end of the year. First, promoting the competitiveness of this sector. The work would concentrate on coordinating the efforts of the industry, Member States and European Union as regards innovation, research and development, jobs and training, the use of information technologies and the use of structural-policy instruments. Second, the working party dealing with external matters would put forward proposals concerning access to markets in non-member countries, industrial cooperation with such countries, the fight against fraud and other illicit practices, and other aspects of international trade. Third, the working party dealing with "internal matters" would state its views on the operation of the internal textiles/clothing market, the scope for bolstering industrial cooperation within the European Union, and on matters concerning State aids. Despite improvements recently recorded in the results of the textile industry serious problems remained to be solved in this sector. Government representatives and professional Associations from all Member States gathered to discuss these difficulties and to work on possible solutions that would provide a much needed boost to this important industry. In his opening speech, Martin Bangemann stressed the following priorities: technological development, access to third world markets and copyright.

Ref: I-036046
Date: 18/06/1996

Ref: I-034164
Date: 29/02/1996
Extraits de la conférence de presse de Martin Bangemann, membre de la CE, sur la 6e édition du "Panorama de l'industrie de l'UE"
On 29 February 1996, Martin Bangemann, Member of the EC in charge of Industrial Affairs, Information and Telecommunications Technologies, held a press conference following the publication of the 6th edition of the Panorama of European Union industry. Although the European economy continued its recovery, this edition revealed that the outlook for employment in the EU remained grim. EU' s total unit cost competitiveness had improved in a number of areas, including pharmaceuticals, basic chemicals and leather goods, along with ferrous metals, office & EDP and aerospace equipment. EU companies increased their share of export markets over the period 1987-94, but lost market share in the rapidly growing electronics sector, as well as in mechanical engineering and automotive equipment, two of the most relevantEuropean industries. EU firms would have to continue their cost reduction efforts in order to restore profitability, with many European industries facing increasing competition from outside the EU. Each edition of the European Commission's annual publication 'Panorama of EU industry' contains a 'Special Features' section taking a global view to a selection of subjects of topical interest for European industry. This 6th edition included analyses of the trade competitveness of the EU manufacturing industry, trends in employment by sector in the EU, recenttrends in European strategic alliances and the transnationalisation strategies of EU firms in non-EU countries.

Ref: I-026875
Date: 26/03/1992

Ref: I-001392
Date: 11/09/1990

Ref: I-036267
Date: 23/07/1996
Conférence pour la mobilisation de l'industrie européenne pour la reconstruction de la Bosnie-Herzégovine: extraits des discours de Martin Bangemann et Hans van den Broek, membres de la CE
On 23 July 1996, the European Commission held a conference attended by 260 representatives of the European industry and of the national and international financial institutions in order to inform those present of the current economic reality as regards Bosnia and Herzegovina, to make businessmen aware of the opportunities arising from the rebuilding programme and of the future needs of the local economy, and in order to spark a dynamic commitment by European industry to help rebuild the necessary infrastructure in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including roads and railways, telecommunications, housing and health services and energy networks. Furthermore, the meeting would give an overview of the assistance and reconstruction programme, defined in December 1995 by the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the assistance of the World Bank, the European Commission and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). In the framework ofthis programme, the international Donor Community had pledged funds of $ 1.8 billion in total to cover Bosnia and Herzegovina's financial needs until the end of this year. Participants of the conference had the opportunity to learn about existing projects and how they may participate. The conference, attended by Martin Bangemann and Hans Van den Broek, speakers at the Conference, included Stefano Sannino, Political Advisor of the High Representative; Carl Bildt; Christine Wallich, acting Director at the World Bank,responsible for Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Paul Monnory, special representative of the EBRD in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Martin Bangemann, Member of the EC in charge of Industrial Affairs, Information and Telecommunications Technologies; and Hans van den Broek, Member of the EC in charge of External Relations with the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Mongolia, Turkey, Cyprus, Malta and other European Countries, Common Foreign and Security Policy and Human Rights (in agreement with the President) and External Missions; exposed the European Commission's proposals for the rehabilitation of the war torn country. They emphasized the importance of the housing and health sectors. The success of the reconstruction programme depended on a positive response from the European business community. Hans van den Broek expressed hope for the forth coming elections paving the way for the necessary stable administration and government institutions.

Ref: I-036124
Date: 09/07/1996

Ref: I-041619
Date: 27/06/1996

Ref: I-035529
Date: 21/05/1996

Ref: I-035458
Date: 29/04/1996

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