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EUCDW leaders: “Europe needs a strong industry and high-quality jobs!”

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In light of the International Workers’ Day on 1 May, the European Union of Christian Democratic Workers calls on the strengthening of European industry and the promotion of well-paid high quality jobs.

“The digital and green transition will have a severe impact on our European economy. We are now setting the course for the future and we need to decide whether we want to keep key industries and quality jobs in Europe or if we will push them away to the USA or China”, says EUCDW president Dennis Radtke.

“The fight against climate change is a challenge for a whole generation, but the industry has to be part of the solution and not the problem. Setting the right incentives to invest rather than banning technologies must be the way forward to a just transition.”

EUCDW Secretary-General Cindy Franssen adds:

“The European industry should foster the green and digital transition and promote the creation of quality jobs with fair and safe working conditions and the promotion of collective bargaining. More than ever, we need a strong collaboration with all stakeholders involved: EU, Member States and social partners. That is the only way forward to a successful transition with respect for worker’s rights.”
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