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16.09.2019
"The upswing is over for the time being - we have to prepare for more difficult times. Whatever the economic cycle, politics must remain capable of action." With this statement, Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut, Minister of Economics and Labour in Baden-Württemberg, opened a top-level discussion in Stuttgart on 16 September.
16.09.2019
Manufacturers of industrial engines face declining turnover
13.09.2019
Everything worth knowing about the Agritechnica innovations 2019 was available last Thursday in Kassel at the traditional VDMA media dialogue in the run-up to Agritechnica.
10.09.2019
In the first seven months of 2019 as a whole, orders declined by 8.3 percent, mainly due to domestic orders, while foreign orders only fell by 5.1 percent (Table 1).
10.09.2019
The Japan Construction Report is provided by the VDMA team in Tokyo. It contains news of the construction, glass and ceramics industry of Japan and is published monthly in German. The most recent report can be downloaded from this website.
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05.09.2019
New orders in the German mechanical engineering sector also fell in July, but the pace of the decline slowed compared with the previous months. Orders fell 3 percent short of the previous year's level in real terms, with domestic orders down 4 percent and orders from abroad down 3 percent.
02.07.2019
VDMA President Carl Martin Welcker describes the economic outlook for 2019, explains the demands made by the mechanical engineering industry on policy and explains the importance of reducing bureaucracy and tax cuts for the future of the sector.
02.07.2019
In May 2019, incoming orders in the mechanical engineering sector in Germany fell again by 7 percent in real terms. While domestic demand almost stagnated (minus 1 percent), orders from abroad were 9 percent down on the relatively high prior-year level.
05.06.2019
Die Auftragseingänge im Maschinenbau haben auch im April enttäuscht: Im Vergleich zum Vorjahr sanken sie um real 11 Prozent. Das war der fünfte Monatsrückgang in Folge.
06.05.2019
Der Auftakt ins laufende Jahr war für die Maschinenbauer in Deutschland wenig erfreulich. Im ersten Quartal 2019 wurde in den Auftragsbüchern ein Minus von real 10 Prozent im Vergleich zum gleichen Zeitraum des Vorjahres verbucht. Auch der März brachte einen Orderrückgang von 10 Prozent.