The new version of manufacturing (“Industry 4.0”) stirs a lot of policy attention. New technological opportunities are expected to rejuvenate manufacturing. Will European economies be able to kickstart an industrial renewal? And even if European manufacturing takes up new technological opportunities, will this generate the same number and type of jobs as in the past? Schneider Electric Chief Strategy Officer Emmanuel Lagarrigue discusses the future of the industry from Bruegel's Annual Meetings 2017.
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