are actually alive."
In view of further bailout funds from the EU and the IMF, the Head of a business lobby in Germany's ruling CDU party, Kurt Lauk, commented to business daily Handelsblatt "
as a member of AESC's European and Global Boards of Directors. In 2006 he started the AESC chapter in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which he led as Chairman until the end of 2011.
Previous AESC award
in the quarter, up from €214 million. The Group also commented that Brunel Energy realised the largest increase in revenues (+47%) compared to last year, followed by Germany (+26%) and The Netherlands (+9
and the European Commission has urged EU countries which still have them in place to urgently abolish these by the end of 2013, including Austria, Belgium, France Germany and the UK.
of employment agencies located throughout France, Luxembourg, Poland, Switzerland and Germany. The firm provides temporary employees for its clients in a range of sectors, including insurance, banking, finance