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Prof. Dr. Gerhard Merk, Dipl.rer.pol., Dipl.rer.oec.

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Automotive industry (automobile industry, motor industry)

Industry that has been the focus of economic policy since around 1950 due to its exceptionally high input intensity (industrial interrelation). In connection with the financial crisis that followed the subprime crisis in 2007, economic stimulus measures in many countries focused on the auto industry; in Germany, for example, a scrapping premium was introduced, i.e. a government subsidy for the purchase of new cars. Loan guarantees and financial support of all kinds by governments, including cash injections, were also used to strengthen the automotive industry worldwide. – See economic stimulus package, Opel printing. – Cf. Deutsche Bundesbank Monthly Report of February 2009, pp. 48 f. (Automotive industry and intersectoral production linkages; overviews); pp. 68 f. (overview of economic stabilization measures), ECB Monthly Report of October 2009, pp. 51 ff. (downside of the scrappage scheme), ECB Monthly Report of December 2010, pp. 73 ff. (Developments in the industry worldwide and in the euro area since 2005; trends; overviews), Deutsche Bundesbank Monthly Report of November 2011, p. 63 (Impact of vehicle manufacturing on the capital goods industry; overview), ECB Monthly Report of December 2011, p. 85 ff. (Production and foreign trade of the automotive industry in the euro area since 2005; overviews), ECB Monthly Report of May 2014, p. 103 ff. (Automotive industry in the EMU since 2008; overviews; references).

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