The Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness is a private, economiceconomics Brussels lobby organization with the European union, which was created in the summer 2003.
The organization uses itself according to own data for the Lisbon strategy of the European Union. A goal of this, in March 2000 agenda decided by the state and heads of the government of the European Union is to be made it, the European Union up to the year 2010 the most competitive and most dynamic knowledge-based marketing area of the world. In view of the globalization it is necessary, science, to restructure economics and social systems fundamentally.
Over the organization, its composition and financing little is well-known. The principal activity of the organization exists in press work and in the meeting of forums, within whose frameworks European Union guidance personnel lectures holds, which are designated after well-known EEC founders.
President of the organization is an US-American journalist Paul Hofheinz (formerly Wall Street Journal). Leading directress is Ann Mettler, a German Swede, who was active to 2003 a European directress of the Davoser World Economic forum and before it in the USA and which is active also in the contentwise similarly aligned German "Think tank" Berlinpolis.
In the spring 2005 the organization in the press deplored itself over the fact that it is not promoted "as economiceconomics organization" contrary to critics as attac financially of the European commission.
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