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Edition 33/2016
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A vast majority or 73 per cent of firms in the green tech sector is optimistic about the future and expects growth in employment by 2020, a survey by the Chamber of Commerce Hamburg has found. The sector has had strong growth in Hamburg in recent years. Since 2012, the number of firms, products, procedures and services to protect the environment and limit the consumption of resources has grown by over 20 per cent to 2,500. At the same time, the number of employees has grown 60 per cent to 53,000 presently.

This news and other topics from Hamburg and its metropolitan region will be featured in this week’s edition of our newsletter. All topics mentioned therein are summaries of news presented in depth on the business platform Hamburg News. You can access the bilingual platform at www.hamburg-news.hamburg.

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The editorial team of Hamburg News


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