• Companies are responsible market players and treat our environment with respect and are socially engaged to help people in need.
  • Companies care for their employees and pay good wages, acknowledging that employees are also consumers, who (as a population) purchase their own products.
  • Companies invest in jobs in the EU because they are innovative and capable of inspiring anew their EU-based core customer base.
  • Company management and labor unions really work together to combine entrepreneurial spirit and social responsibility.
  • Companies’ shareholders demand a generous employer bahavior, as they understand the simple equation: no jobs = no sales = no profits.
  • In Europe, products are not marketable, if produced with standards that do not meet our values.
  • All citizens acknowledge the fact that responsibility and quality have a price. Citizens love companies that produce both in Europe and they purchase their products.
  • All citizens understand that there may be a difference between a high-quality product and a product of a highly valued brand.
  • Citizens have shifted their preference to healthy food, which has been produced in a socially and ecologically sustainable manner.
  • Citizens participate in society and they tell their politicians exactly what they want and what they don’t want. They thereby help simplify and speed up legislation.
  • Politicians know what citizens want and listen to them. They have acknowledged that citizens, the economy and nature are the essential elements of society, which in turn can only be prosperous if all three elements prosper.
  • EU member states can borrow money directly from the European Central Bank, at key interest rate, to temporarily ease taxation and increase consumption or restructure state debt.
  • A newly established EU Central Business Bank encourages investment in the EU with credits at key interest rate.
  • The development of future strategic industries is protected in the EU (incubator economy).
  • Through Common Strategic Procurement, the EU secures vast amounts of fossile energy and resells it to member states with a humble gain, according to a demand based distribution key. This concept relieves citizens and industry from the pressure of volatile fuel prices and at the same time acquires sufficient financial assets for the desired energy change project.
  • The EU fosters research on environment-friendly use (minimal CO2 emmissions and no pollution or poisonous residuals) of fossil fuels, the results of which are being publicised and regarded common human knowledge.
  • The EU is driven by knowledge, spirit and complete satisfaction of its citizens. It thereby combines productivity and quality of life.
  • The EU is a responsible actor in the world and will not hamper the development of others.
  • The EU promotes its high values throughout the world and helps countries that wish to establish the same high values.
  • Through an economically useful development policy and strategic investments in the fringe areas that produce migration into Europe, the EU is able to end the drama of poverty refugees.

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