An employee walks between racks holding doors for all-electric Porsche Taycan luxury automobiles at the Porsche AG factory in Stuttgart, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
An employee walks between racks holding doors for all-electric Porsche Taycan luxury automobiles at the Porsche AG factory in Stuttgart, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
Murat Yulek
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Murat Yulek and Travis Taylor

From China to Germany, why industrial policy is on the agenda

  • Industrial policy, which fell out of favour with economists by the end of the 20th century, is making a comeback
  • Developing countries need manufacturing and industrial policies more than ever to close the technology gap with developed nations

An employee walks between racks holding doors for all-electric Porsche Taycan luxury automobiles at the Porsche AG factory in Stuttgart, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
An employee walks between racks holding doors for all-electric Porsche Taycan luxury automobiles at the Porsche AG factory in Stuttgart, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
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