To scare a European industrialist, talk not of Greece, debt or growth but of skills.Stuck between a dynamic Asia and a still powerful U.S., the continent is banking on knowledge to ensure it remains relevant. For industrial companies, this means developing high-technology, high-quality products that rivals in lower-cost economies cannot offer.But a falling European population and waning interest in science among children do not bode well. “My major concern for our company and the European technological industry is over knowledge,” says Giacomo Tacchi, chief executive ...
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