All that said, the hard bit is going to be getting this to happen in those European economies which do not run with Teutonic efficiency and which lack the directors of businesses capable of delivering export led growth in sufficient quantity.
This is not going to be achieved in the home markets of Europe or from adjacent countries like Norway, so there will have to be a concerted effort to develop language skills quickly, increase export salesperson numbers and improve the rate of successful new business start-ups in areas where export led growth is possible.
I hope it works but the EU’s record over the last 30 years does not inspire confidence.
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