The Federal government is damaging to companies in Germany. The BDI-President Kempf and took off, at least according to his speech on the day of the German industry. However, Chancellor Merkel offered to immediately stand up.
The Federation of German industry (BDI) has called on the Federal government in clear words, to a change of course. "The economic situation is increasingly at risk," warned BDI-President Dieter Kempf at the day of German industry in Berlin. The government's policy claims the company. Many of the problems had made it "home".
The Grand coalition stand for the "sad Process of small-scale social politics and an unhealthy level of redistribution", said Kempf. Europe's need for "just now in view of the growing challenges in the world economy and in the economy capable of action in Germany, with a decision by the government's strong".
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended himself against the allegations: "I don't want to tell you how many hours I've spent in the past few months, with the violations of the auto industry". She reminded the gathered heads of the German economy to the "shared responsibility". The government is doing, according to Merkel a lot, in order to improve the framework conditions for the German economy. So it was decided this week in the Bundestag a law, the foreign experts can more easily immigrate, if you are working in shortage industries.