Scholz promises to reduce bureaucracy – economy

German companies are suffering – partly because bureaucracy is overwhelming them, employers say. That’s right, says Chancellor Scholz, and promises more speed. But he doesn’t want to fulfill other wishes of the economy.

Rainer Dulger makes it clear that something has built up in Germany’s entrepreneurs. “The mood across the economy has changed,” says the employer president. Companies and corporations are currently being squeezed: by high energy prices, unnecessary bureaucracy and the pressure of not being able to fill positions because the necessary skilled workers are lacking. And of course that’s not all. People with low incomes have little motivation to work – because of the citizen’s allowance. “The location conditions in Germany are no longer right,” says Dulger.

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