European remanufacturing market nears €30bn a year

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European remanufacturing market nears €30bn a year

EU-backed report predicts sector could treble by 2030, creating jobs for quarter of a million people

The market for re-manufactured goods whereby discarded products have been repaired and re-sold is already worth around €30bn a year and could treble by 2030 to more than €90bn. That is the conclusion...

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