A close discussion with Margrethe Vestager, EU Commissioner for Competition, on global governance and competition
The Commissioner had asked for our help on the challenge: How do we solve the dilemma being that what we need the most in the long term (investments to create growth and jobs) are prevented by what is happening in the short term?
In order to engage people on the fence to join the positive resistance, it requires personal leadership and transparency selling in the passion.
Following our session with Commissioner Vestager, we had a discussion on governance and competition from a corporate angle with Brian Moran, president, EU and NATO Relations for Boeing International.
Brian Moran focused on how Boeing as a global player is growing in Europe and outlined which policy issues affect that growth, both positively and negatively. Brian Moran spoke of winning an air traffic market and going to the moon despite many hardening, difficult circumstances. As a result and in light of the challenge proposed by the Commissioner around jobs and growth, Brian Moran posed the following challenge for co-creational inputs:
In light of external realities, regulatory dynamics and global competition, what is the case for multi-national companies to create growth and jobs in/from Europe?
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