Ceramic Days 2014

A strong manufacturing sector is the key to growth and jobs in the EU

The 2014 Ceramic Days, organized by Cerame-Unie in Brussels, were attended by more than 150 participants. The sector meeting was the setting for the General Assembly of Cerame-Unie and public events on 3 and 4 December.

On 3 December MEP Paul Rübig and MEP Elisabetta Gardini co-hosted the 15th European Parliament Ceramics Forum (EPCF) in the European Parliament. The EPCF Plenary session featured panel debates with speakers from the European Parliament, ­European Commission and industry. EPCF Chair MEP Paul Rübig stressed the importance of the annual forum stating: “I am proud to be part of a...

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