Nearly a quarter of the companies forced to reduce production have already done so, and another one-quarter are in the process of scaling back production due to sky-high energy prices, according to the survey of 3,500 companies from all sectors and regions in Germany.
On a bus out of Dublin airport for downtown talking to the woman next to me. She is a German accountant. Her take most of those breweries are not making money and taking up resources. It is a waste. The German economy has a wealth of problems from demand side econ. Supply side early on is a necessary evil. Later on it is a huge set of never ending lies.
Meanwhile as Germany needs the US to be working with supply side econ for Germany to have demand side econ, we now need Germany to have a big dose of supply side econ for us to have our welcome dose of demand side econ.
The western world can not all of us have demand side econ at the same time. We can not all profit.
All the EU countries unemployment is on the rise. You really are anti-Germany for who knows what reasons. You keep posting false information about Germany. Lets look at the facts on unemployment in EU:
She means they are up and down profit wise. The IRR is up and down. She is right the breweries are a waste of resources often. But this was not only the literal I set up. The German economy could have better return rates.
No country needs a brewery in every small town
The opposite is true.
What we do not need is the same beer in every town. Locally produced food and drink may not be efficient enough to pass the accountants test, but they sure taste better. We need less accountants and more craftsmanship.
I doubt that beer is a major energy consumer. Or a major driver of the German economy.
Industries that export are far more important. Rising energy prices might encourage more investment in green energy. Otherwise German manufacturers may shift operations to areas with lower cost energy.
Plentiful inexpensive natural gas is a major advantage of the US. And that feeds especially chemical companies and plastics, but also iron, steel, aluminum, and their many derivatives.