Encouraging innovation in manufacturing, construction and the automobile sector forms the research and development cornerstone of the EU’s response to the economic crisis. All three sectors have seen demand plummet as consumers tightened their belts; all three must face up to the challenges of restructuring and moving forward to a greener and cleaner future.
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