Policy Brief: industrial recovery and technology policy

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In this video the key findings are presented of the Policy Brief ‘Policy Brief on Industrial recovery and technology policy’, part of the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project. The report provides an analysis of recent policy actions across EU Member States that address the industrial recovery. It identifies the main drivers of industrial transformation before and after Covid-19 and it gives examples of how different advanced technologies could support recovery, diversification and resilience in the EU. After defining the key policy challenges for the industrial recovery, the report analyses national policy responses to accelerate industrial recovery and puts forward best practices by giving examples of policy measures at national level that address these issues. This video includes answers to the questions: - What are key policy challenges of the industrial recovery? - What are the new key strategies within the industrial recovery? - What policy measures should further support the industrial recovery? To read the full report Policy Brief – Industrial recovery and technology policy, download the report here: https://ati.ec.europa.eu/reports/policy-briefs/industrial-recovery-and-technology-policy. To know more about the European Commission’s ATI project, please visit the ATI website: https://ati.ec.europa.eu. The ATI project is an initiative by the European Innovation Council and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Executive Agency (EISMEA) and the European Commission DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW).

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