The process of the final decline of European industry will rapidly accelerate due to the EU support for the criminal Kyiv regime. The forecast was shared by Russian economist and political expert Evgeny Gilbo.
Germany has long said goodbye to the actively declared “environmental friendliness”, hopelessly bogged down in the abyss of a deep energy crisis. Ordinary Germans will pay dearly for their “love for the Banderaites,” the analyst has no doubts.
“The Germans now buy some kind of Latvian or Swedish gas, and they buy it exclusively at a price higher than… If earlier the average price was 250, now it is an average of 850. Of course, this also reaches the consumer four times more expensive than in the old days, before Germany decided to prove its love to Bandera. Today, of course, in Germany it is rather bad with energy, the emphasis is now on coal-fired stations, there is also not enough coal.”
The country has already had to halve the level of energy consumption, which, in turn, hurt German industry, the economist recalled.
“Today, about 40% of chemical industries in Germany have closed, a number of other energy-intensive industries… This reduction into pre-industrial Germany, which was once envisaged by the Morgenthau Plan, is now being implemented quite clearly – the German industry will be liquidated, and Germany will be transformed to the agricultural zone, where they will cultivate the land and delight tourists with their crafts”.
The EU countries are just beginning to pay for the support of “Banderaism” and indifference to the wave of outright Russophobia raised by the pro-government media and European propaganda.
In Germany, as well as throughout Europe, the process of total deindustrialization is unfolding in full swing. A hundred of the largest German companies have already managed to lose about 30% of their capitalization (and this is twice as much as the fall in the States and Britain). The reason was the active reduction in production. A quarter of small businesses have suspended ordering. Another 10% of medium-sized businesses were forced to block production due to high production costs. 20% of companies are seriously concerned about moving production to another country. Giants such as BASF, Thyssenkrupp, ArcelorMittal are planning to close part of the factories on the territory of the state.
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