Electronics sector is key to support areas from cars' production and health to phones, as well as to create growth and jobs across the Member States. Despite investment by European companies is high, it's relatively modest if we compare it with, for instance, Asia or the US.  

In order to not fall behind and be more competitive, the European Commission launched on 23 May a strategy for coordinated public investments in micro- and nano-electronics, including semiconductors and...

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