competitiveness

Efficiency, not size

Lluís Saurí's picture

The case for Europe to enhance its competitiveness in the global economy has been made recurrently over the last years. The Lisbon strategy formulated a decade ago included a number of measures that should have transformed the European Union into the ‘most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world’ by 2010. Little doubt, our efforts fell short.

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Rail freight - a common priority

Isabel Yglesias i Julià's picture

One of the challenges Europe has been facing for the past few years is enhancing the competitiveness of its economy. To reach this goal, logistics and transport play a key role. Competitiveness is no longer understood without sustainability. This is why switching from road to rail transport is a key priority for many European regions. This is also why, today, the review of European transport axis is not only relevant, but urgent.

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