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    Thuringia

    Thuringia lies at the heart of Germany and Europe. Its cultural fame derives from the Weimar poets, Goethe and Schiller, but its craftsmanship is equally valued and far-reaching.
    The town of Jena is the birthplace of the modern optics industry and was chosen as a “City of Science 2008” for its expertise in lens manufacturing, medical and biotechnology, photovoltaic production, and software engineering. Other major economic focuses are engine construction, the tools industry, and the automotive supply...

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    Saxony-Anhalt

    Saxony-Anhalt is the state with the right mix: it is both an impressive industrial location and a great place to call home. Mountains crisscrossed by hiking paths roll into plains where wind farms stretch across the horizon.
    The Industry in Saxony-Anhalt is widely diversified and includes everything from automotive supply production and mechanical engineering to information technology, biotechnology, and medical technology. However, the real economic powerhouses are the logistics, renewable energies...

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    Niedersachsen

    Niedersachsen is Germany’s second-largest state, stretching from the Harz Mountains in the east to the North Sea in the west. Its size and location put it right in the center of the major trans-European trade routes.
    This central location has attracted the headquarters of a significant number of foreign companies and some of the world’s largest trade fairs, including the Hanover Industrial Trade Fair and CeBIT, the world’s largest IT trade fair.
    Twenty six inland harbors including nine sea harbors...

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    Hessen

    Investors are convinced: 95 percent of foreign companies would again opt for Hessen. The economic region in the heart of Germany intersects with Europe's major transport routes and provides international investors with ideal conditions for sustainable growth:
    Economic strength,
    Innovative capacity,
    and direct access to the German and European markets.





    Managers can reach every major European business centre from Frankfurt Airport within a maximum flight time of two and a half hours. In the...

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    Hamburg

    Wind your way up the Elbe River from the North Sea and you'll find the city-state's bustling port – Europe's second largest – and a major international commercial hub.
    With tradition going back centuries and increasingly strong ties with Asia today, Hamburg is a major gateway to the world. The river's waters permeate the region, providing its inhabitants with gorgeous tree-lined waterways and lush parklands.
    With the wealth, know-how, and connections garnered through maritime trade, Hamburg has...

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    Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

    Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV) is often called the "state of a thousand lakes," but the nickname is only half correct. The state actually has over 2,000 lakes, which – in addition to countless nature reserves, castles, stunning Hanseatic coastline towns with white cliffs and beaches, and excellent ferry facilities – make tourism the state's main industry.
    MV's over 350 km of Baltic Sea coastline attract other industries, too. Over the last 10 years, more than EUR 500 million have been invested in MV’s...

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    Bremen

    Two cities, one state. The over 1200 year old Hanseatic city of Bremen and Bremerhaven, which was founded in 1827, form today the Federal State of Bremen; a founding member of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949.
    Shipping, trade and industry, logistics, science and research – the two-city state with 660,000 inhabitants presents itself in Northwestern Germany as a future-oriented hub with an export quota of 56 percent.
    Automotive, aerospace, food and beverage – Bremen’s industrial location boasts...

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    Brandenburg

    The Federal State of Brandenburg has developed into a modern, high-quality location and into a driver of economic activity in the German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg. Together, Brandenburg and Berlin are one of the most dynamic economic areas in Europe. With its strong-growing economy the German Capital Region is one of Europe’s most exciting hubs. Its central position in the continent ensures that all the growing markets in Europe are only a one-day truck drive away.
    The unique mix of the many...

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    Berlin

    Come to Berlin and you'll feel it, too: energy. Over the last two decades, Germany's capital city has become the gateway between East and West as well as one of the world's most vibrant, creative, and innovative locations.
    In addition to this vibrancy, Germany's largest city offers unbeatable infrastructure, affordable prices, proximity to major decision makers, targeted funding to promote development, a skilled workforce, and an attractive quality of life.
    These prime conditions have led many large...

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    Bavaria

    Bavaria boasts a unique identity developed over 1,500 years, a span of time that witnessed the growth of both traditional agricultural wealth and world-class manufacturing and service industries. Hence the slogan: "Laptop and Lederhose."
    BMW, Audi, Siemens, EADS, and Airbus are only a few of the household names that have made Bavaria a powerhouse in manufacturing and exporting.
    Manufacturing's dominance is matched by the strength of the service industry, as Germany's top insurance corporations –...

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