EU Industrial Strategy
The European industrial structure is undergoing a profound transformation driven by new digital and other technologies, as well as by new business models. A modernisation effort is needed to ensure that the EU industry remains competitive in the global market.
2020 - The EU Strategy
In March 2020, the European Commission presented an industrial policy that would support the twin green and digital transitions, make EU industry more competitive globally, and enhance Europe’s open strategic autonomy. The next day, the World Health Organisation declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic.
2021 - Commission to Update the Strategy
In May 2021, the European Commission updated the industrial strategy to ensure the EU industrial ambition takes account of the circumstances following the COVID-19 crisis, while ensuring EU industry can lead the way in transitioning to a green, digital and resilient economy.
To this purpose, the Commission, among others, proposed:
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