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While the European Union and the Euro zone create many common features across much of Europe, cultural and market distinctions are still very common across the continent and need to be taken into consideration by proactive exporters. The varied policies to fight COVID-19 implemented by the different national governments within the European Union have produced different results. The International Monetary Fund projections suggest EU growth of 4.4% in 2021 after contracting 6.6% in 2020. While the exit deal that the United Kingdom negotiated with the EU means that there will not be any tariffs levied or restrictive quotas imposed, there will be a series of new customs and regulatory checks, including rules of origin and stringent local content requirements. Wisconsin firms will need to evaluate how that will affect their distribution strategies.

Biotechnology shines in Germany

Germany’s biotech market is one of the largest worldwide and has become one of the most promising sectors in the country’s economy.

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Clean technology advances in Austria

As the European nation reshapes its energy systems and moves toward sustainability, market opportunities may arise for Wisconsin companies in those fields.

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France aims to expand digital health nationwide

The government is investing in new research and technologies, opening potential doors for collaboration with health technology companies in Wisconsin.

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Defense spending climbs in the UK

The government’s commitment to upgrade equipment and aircraft creates potential for Wisconsin companies to participate in a wide variety of defense sectors.

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