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A comprehensive list of speeches by Cefic officials on policy areas affecting the European chemicals sector.
Cefic Director General Hubert Mandery address to the AmCham-Cefic event on TTIP “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Landing the right deal”.
Cefic Director General Hubert Mandery provides economic update, revised forecast for the EU chemicals industry at October 17 Cefic general assembly press conference in Paris.
Remarks by Cefic Director General Hubert Mandery to the Informal Competitiveness Council held in Athens on May 12, 2014, that address challenges for the energy-intensitve industries like chemicals.
Europe needs competitive energy and affordable climate policy, according to Cefic Director General Hubert Mandery speaking to policymakers on March 11 at the Energy Efficiency Forum at the European Parliament.
Speech on TTIP and regulatory cooperation for the chemicals sector by Cefic Executive Director Lena Perenius, speaking March 12, 2014, at the TTIP Stakeholder Meeting in Brussels.
Cefic Director General Hubert Mandery explores sustainability and chemistry in an address to Ecochem on November 19, 2013 in Basel, Switzerland.
Economic forecast given on October 4, 2013, by Cefic Director General Hubert Mandery at the chemicals trade body's general assembly press conference in Munich, Germany.
Remarks by Gernot Klotz, Executive Director for Research and Innovation, Cefic, who presented at the EuroNanoForum in Dublin, Ireland on June 18, 2013. His speech was titled "Calling for a mindset change on nano for a sustainable European economy".
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