The European Union is moving forward with a major technological innovation plan that should not only position the continent for a better future but also guarantee its economic survival while facing challenges from China and the United States.
The President of the EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, presented her “Green Deal Industrial Plan” which will make it easier to use the funds to support the green industry and include major EU projects that are supported by large investments as the EU wants to achieve its goal. climate neutrality by 2050.
Speaking on Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Von der Leyen said that the group of 27 countries will be more powerful in the fight against unfair trade practices, if they come from Washington, or more specifically, from Beijing.
Von der Leyen’s comments will now drive debate among member states before their 27 leaders meet at a summit on Feb. 9-10 in this regard.