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Europe’s competitiveness deficit, together with the competitiveness divide that has developed within its own borders, has jointly led to stagnation or declining growth, rising unemployment and fiscal instability.

With a series of reforms under way and more yet to come, Rebuilding Europe’s Competitiveness highlights five key enablers that will be pivotal to making these measures work. These are: strong collaboration across stakeholders, political consistency, political leadership, sense of urgency as well as strong and clear communication plans.

The Report shows that, when rebuilding its competitiveness, Europe can preserve its core values of partnership and social inclusion.

Report by the World Economic Forum

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