R&D and Innovation: Orgalim position on how to incentivise private investment in Europe

Published: 3 February 2022

Policies & Issues: R&D and Innovation

To achieve the European Union’s 2030 goals linked to the green and digital transition, the Commission estimates an additional private and public investment of nearly €650 billion a year until 2030. It is clear that the majority of this will need to come from the private sector. In this paper, Orgalim looks at the obstacles hampering investment in Europe and provides recommendations to incentivise desired levels of investments and to ensure Europe’s and European industries' competitiveness globally.

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Authors

Boledi
Federica Boledi
Manager - Digital, Innovation and Internal Market

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