DIHKDeutscher Industrie- und Handelskammertag (German: Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce)
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"So there is little light on the horizon for German industry which is characterized by its large share of capital goods producers," DIHK economist Kevin Heidenreich.
DIHK President Eric Schweitzer and other representatives of German industry have warned Britain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson to avoid Britain's departure from the EU without a deal, a so-called hard Brexit.
According to DIHK's latest survey of 27,000 companies, exporters' expectations for this year are at the lowest since 2012, influenced by the trade wars started by US President Donald Trump and by Brexit.
Under the agreement between the administration and the Berlin-based DIHK, an association of dozens of chambers across Germany, the two will exchange information, share best practices and partner with New Jersey-based German businesses that plan to boost their apprenticeship programs.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20181024/NJBIZ01/181029941/murphy-administration-creates-45m-apprenticeship-program.
The success of Alive After Five led to NE1 being named the most successful BID in Europe by the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) in 2016.
An economic survey commissioned by the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK), highlights how German manufacturers view the shortage of skilled labour as their main business risk, since it means having to turn down new orders, postpone investment in new technologies and cope with the related wage hikes.
According to a study by the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK), quoted by BTA.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and the Association of German Chambers of Commerce (DIHK) have demanded certainty on "business-critical" areas such as custom arrangements, tax and workers' rights.
30% of industrial companies were not able to fill all apprenticeship vacancies in 2015, according to the German Industry and Trade Federation (DIHK) with most companies overall explaining this with a lack of suitable candidates.
Dirk Schlotboeller, economist at the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK), warned that current favorable factors supporting the growth, including cheap oil prices, governments spending on integrating refugees and the wild weather, were not sustainable.