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    Federal Association of German Industry BDI

    BDI is “the umbrella organization for a total of 36 industrial sector associations and groups of associations in Germany.”

    The BDI has the following 18 committees: Foreign Trade, Committee Digital Technology, Telecommunications and Media, Committee energy and climate policy, monetary, credit and Monetary Affairs Committee, Committee on Health Economics Committee Procurement, Legal Affairs Committee, Special Committee for Industrial Property, Committee commodity policies , Committee on safety, tax Committee, the environment, technology and sustainability, Committee on consumer policy, transport Committee, the competition Rules and technical Committee Education, Vocational Education, Committee on research, innovation and technology policy, and SME Committee, the BDI, the BDA Splits.

    The BDI has country offices in 15 states. The leading association is also active at the European level [11] per euro, [12] to represent and fulfilled by foreign representatives in London, Washington DC and Tokyo to innerverbandlich important mission, interests against foreign local decision makers. The office in Washington DC ( Representative of German Industry and Trade ) in 1988 together with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour and the German Industry and Commerce established. [13]

    http://bdi.eu/

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