Europe’s new factory comes up in the East


“Old” Europe, i.e. Western Europe, is producing fewer goods and more ideas and soft goods (design, research etc), with the “new” Europe, Eastern Europe, becoming the continent’s manufacturing hub. So the manufacturing sector in the Central and East European countries continues to enjoy extremely favourable prospects, albeit with some unexpected changes.

“Old” Europe, i.e. Western Europe, is producing fewer goods and more ideas and soft goods (design, research etc), with the “new” Europe, Eastern Europe, becoming the continent’s manufacturing hub. So the manufacturing sector in the Central and East European countries continues to enjoy extremely favourable prospects, albeit with some unexpected changes.

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