The theory is that there is an immense underestimation of the impact the investments of government and commercial organizations in the CEE countries over the last couple of years had and will have on the balance of knowledge and economical power in Europe. And neither politicians, nor most of the business leaders seem to realize that Western-European economies grow increasingly dependent on the delivery of knowledge in the means of well educated and experienced work force in the CEE region and beyond.

An immense, and even worse a growing lack of talent in key economical areas like engineering and technology in Germany for instance, an ever failing attempt to reform education, a mislead migration practice and a generally unfriendly economical environment for new businesses, make one worry about the perspective of Germany’s competitiveness on the global market.

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