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Île-de-France still attractive to investors

2022-12-07T05:10:40.730Z

DECRYPTION - The price of energy and American public aid will weaken European competitiveness. When they look at the Old Continent, international investors have had reason to be wary for several weeks. “Can Europe remain attractive if it gets mired in an energy crisis?” , asks the chief economist of the German Allianz, Ludovic Subran. It goes without saying that the zone's finance ministers are aware of what is at stake and that its competitiveness is one of their discussions at the moment.



When they look at the Old Continent, international investors have had reason to be wary for several weeks.

“Can Europe remain attractive if it gets mired in an energy crisis?”

, asks the chief economist of the German Allianz, Ludovic Subran.

It goes without saying that the zone's finance ministers are aware of what is at stake and that its competitiveness is one of their discussions at the moment.

They have in mind the issues of industrial sovereignty and the questions of business leaders about their future investments.

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In this regard, the recent statements by the boss of the Swedish Northvolt, indicating that he could postpone his project for a giant battery factory in Germany, because of electricity prices but also the new American public aid regime, have alert.

"It's true that we are starting to have signals on a few companies"

, we underline within Team France export.

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But, for the time being, Europe is still benefiting…

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Source: lefigaro

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