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The Manufacturing Industry is Essential to The Czech Republic

Posted on June 2nd, 2017
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The Austro-Hungarian Empire was once one of the greatest world powers and the second largest country, following Russia. It’s manufacturing industry was the fourth largest, producing energy and exporting goods across the world. The Czech lands were the core of manufacturing strength. When the Empire split up, Czechoslovakia remained a world leader. Manufacturing is still essential to the Czech Republic, making up 35% of the economy and close to 40% of the jobs. Their abundant natural resources and sound transportation systems add to their success in manufacturing. Being centralized in Europe with trade agreements that link Western Europe to Russia, the Czech Republic attracts a lot of foreign investment. Automotive: Like the rest of central Europe, the automotive industry is one of the most important sectors in the Czech Republic. More than fifty percent of all exports are automotive products….

Austrian Manufacturing Has a Foundation of Steel and Innovation

Posted on May 18th, 2017
Austrian Manufacturing

Ever since the discovery of coal in the Rhineland, the Austro-Hungarian Empire began to take advantage of the potential to industrialize. Today the face of manufacturing has changed and so has Austria’s contribution to the manufacturing industry. It remains a strong contender in European and International circles, and Austro-Hungarian products are known for their high quality. Austria definitely still has a few tricks up it sleeves when it comes to production and manufacturing. And just like in it’s past—steel is a common product manufactured in the region. Steel is still a big contender Back in the good ol’ days of coal-energy and production, steel was the Austrian power product. The production of crude steel is still a big deal because of companies like Voestalpine. But the “how” of their production process is what makes this company distinct. Generally, coal is…