Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Economia e Produzione Industriale, Unione Europea

Germania. Produzione auto -4.1%, insolvenze +5.7%.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2019-04-10.

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Da un po’ di tempo leggere i report di Destatis, l’Istituto di Statistica tedesco, ricorda sempre più da vicino il succedersi dei bollettini di guerra del 1945.

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Di oggi altri sconsolanti report.

– La produzione automobilistica è calata del -7.1% nel secondo trimestre dello scorso anno;

– le insolvenze sono aumentate del 5.7%;

– i nuovi ordini all’industria sono calati dell’8.4%.

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Almeno un elemento sarebbe da essere sottolineato.

Mentre la produzione automobilistica è crollata in Germania del -7.1%, le case automobilistiche tedesche hanno aperto nuovi stabilimenti produttivi in Russia.

Il problema non è quindi della Mercedes oppure della Volkswagen, che sono vive e vegete, ma del clima politico, sociale ed economico che si esperisce in Germania.

Il freno del sistema economico tedesco ha un nome ed un cognome: Frau Angela Merkel.

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Destatis. Pressrelease #139 from April 9, 2019

Due to its size and interdependence, the automotive industry in Germany has considerable importance for the overall economic development. In the course of 2018, however, the production of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers decreased markedly. To coincide with the Techno Classica automobiles show taking place in Essen from 10 to 14 April 2019, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) reports that production in the second half of 2018 was a calendar and seasonally adjusted 7.1% lower than in the first half of the year. 

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Destatis. Pressrelease #142 from April 10, 2019

In January 2019, German local courts registered 1,700 business insolvencies. The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) reports that this was a 5.7% increase compared with January 2018.

The local courts reported that, in relation to the business insolvency requests, the prospective debts owed to creditors amounted to just under 1.2 billion euros in January 2019.

Basic data and long time series are available in tables Insolvency proceedings (enterprises) (52411-0004) and Insolvency proceedings (other debtors) (52411-0009) in the GENESIS-Online database.

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Destatis. Pressrelease #132 from April 4, 2019

February 2019 (provisional): new orders in manufacturing
-4.2% on the previous month (price, seasonally and calendar adjusted)
-8.4% on the same month a year earlier (price and calendar adjusted)

January 2019 (revised): new orders in manufacturing
-2.1% on the previous month (price, seasonally and calendar adjusted)
-3.6% on the same month a year earlier (price and calendar adjusted)

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Destatis. Pressrelease #118 from March 28, 2019

In 2018, nearly 122,700 businesses were started whose legal form and number of employees suggest that they have greater economic importance. Based on an evaluation of business notifications, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that this was a 2.2% decline compared with 2017.

The number of small business start-ups dropped by 3.4% year on year to nearly 169,100 in 2018. In contrast to that, the number of newly established part-time businesses rose slightly by 0.6% to roughly 250,700.

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