llynx at gmx.ch
Sun Feb 27 18:29:13 CET 2005
Nice pictures !
:) googling banana europe brings us
The United Kingdom and Ireland up to now have won Europe's lion's share of US high-tech investments but all European governments have now got in on the act, dangling incentives to attract high-tech industries that are proving to be a lifeline for regions that are losing their competitive edge.
Europe has not created anything to rival Silicon valley in California yet. Income disparities across the regions of the European Union are much wider than across the United States, leading to high-tech clusters in Europe developing in a wide range of environmentally-attractive low labour cost locations.
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