Reindustrialization of Romania, more a concern of civil society than a priority for governance. The conclusion belongs to the participants in the conference “Reindustrialization of Romania – Challenges and Opportunities”, organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Bucharest, on Wednesday, September 19th.
The need to re-industrialize Europe and reduce unemployment, with over 16 million unemployed people in the EU, many of whom are young, can also be implemented through a public / private investment program. But the number one priority must belong to the governments of the EU countries.
EU industrial policy is aimed at re-industrialization and the development of technologically advanced industries, with the help of research-innovation, clusters, industrial parks and innovative hubs. These should be assumed not only in country strategies but in action plans with quantifiable indicators made annually.
Exploiting future production opportunities for the current, inefficient and unsustainable exploitation of natural resources, generating chains of enormous potential for reindustrialization, one of the issues addressed in the conference.
Advanced research along with strong innovation is the new industry, another priority for academics, as knowledge is the resource with the greatest potential. At the same time, greater attention is being paid to dual education and the provision of qualitative training to young people for the current jobs required in national and European markets.
In the context of the topics discussed at the conference “Reindustrialization of Romania – Challenges and Opportunities”, AOAMP – Worldwide Moldovan Business Association considers it opportune to promote the public-private and associative dialogue, especially the collaboration of the entrepreneurial environment with the representatives of the academic environment and inviting the public authorities to identify common solutions to facilitate the development of both classical and new technology industries as well as creative industries.