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07.06.2022

CBAM and ETS: European downstream industries at risk

The creation of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) coupled with the planned reform of the EU Emission Trading Scheme framework (ETS) calls for the greatest vigilance regarding the impact…

04.01.2022

On Growth and Competitiveness

Strengthening the EU’s international competitiveness focussing on strategically important areas and technologies is to be at the centre of the French Council Presidency. This includes…

20.10.2021

Brexit – attempt at a reflection process

Products of the electrical industry, however, can still be imported into Great Britain unhindered until December 31, 2021 and the relevant documents can be submitted up to 176 days later. The…

07.10.2021

Brexit – on the way to the economic sideline

The electrical industry is no exception - on the contrary. Nine European countries, eight EU countries and Switzerland are now ahead of Great Britain. Almost all EU countries show double-digit…

26.05.2021

Position statement by the German Electrical Industry on the planned European regulation of supply chain due diligence

In some regions of the world, there is a risk that the protection of internationally recognised human rights and the environment will be disregarded in the production or processing of goods. The…

20.01.2021

New US administration: ZVEI calls for new impetus in trade relations

ZVEI considers it particularly important that the EU and the USA quickly resolve the trade disputes that have arisen in recent years and return to reliable economic relations based on partnership. A…

01.07.2020

Together for Europe’s recovery

Together for Europe’s recovery ZVEI Positions for the German EU Presidency On 1 July, Germany takes over the EU Presidency. After the Covid-19 crisis, the initial programme of the…

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