The Future of Manufacturing in Europe Carried out within the Framework Service Contract B2/entr/05/091 – Fc 26th June2007, Final Report 2. Scenarios Cosy at Home versus Adventuring the World Scenario I: Cosy at Home

@inproceedings{TNO2008TheFO,
  title={The Future of Manufacturing in Europe Carried out within the Framework Service Contract B2/entr/05/091 – Fc 26th June2007, Final Report 2. Scenarios Cosy at Home versus Adventuring the World Scenario I: Cosy at Home},
  author={Felix Brandes TNO and Arjan Lejour CPB and Gerard Verweij and Frans van der Zee and Arjan Lejour},
  year={2008}
}
  • Felix Brandes TNO, Arjan Lejour CPB, +2 authors Arjan Lejour
  • Published 2008
Legal notice Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on behalf of the Commission is responsible for the use which might be made of the following information. The views in the brochure do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the European Commission. 2 1. INTRODUCTION Manufacturing in Europe is affected by a changing world. Firstly, in 2004 ten countries joined the EU, in 2007 followed by Bulgaria and Rumania. Most of the new Member States have a different economic… CONTINUE READING