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The economic recession, the consequent lack of liquidity, and the unfair competition from the Far East, have heavily affected many healthy and well-established European businesses that are now struggling to maintain their profitability in a stagnant market.

According to all major economists and analysts, the near-term outlook for the Euro area will be static with a very modest growth rate: business expansion opportunities in the European markets appear to be improbable and very limited.

EuroZone GDP Trends

The near-term outlook for the Euro area has been revised downwards; activity is expected to contract by 0.6% in 2013 and will exhibit modest growth rates for a few years.

Source: International Monetary Fund, World Economic Outlook (January 2013)

At North America we can help many small and medium size foreign businesses to establish a successful commercial presence in the United States without the prohibitive start-up costs normally associated with opening, launching and running of a branch overseas.

Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all business functions, and a capillary network of expert Sales Professionals deployed throughout the Country, North America provides an unprecedented approach to the largest, strongest and most appealing marketplace in the modern world.

All products managed by North America are complementary to each other and create a unique package allowing us - and your Company - to access a virtually endless variety of potential applications and sales opportunities.

If your Company operates in the Industrial Automation and Robotics fields and does not have a direct presence in the United States, you may qualify to become a member of the North America Consortium.

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Hundreds of years of experience at your Service

North America is an umbrella-company and a joint-venture of veteran professionals in the industry: the Corporation relies on four partners and a capillary network of seasoned Sales Representatives, strategically located throughout the territory.

All sales professionals offer a minimum of 10 and up to 30 years of experience, as well as a solid mechanical engineering background with prominent focus on linear bearings, belt-driven actuators, screw-driven actuators, screw-jacks, gearboxes, bevel-gear reducers, etc.

Prior to joining North America, all Partners have successfully occupied executive positions in leading companies in the industrial automation and mechanical engineering industries and have been exposed to a wide variety of applications in factory automation, packaging and labeling, material handling, military, aerospace, mass transportation, medical, electro-medical, rehab and laboratory equipment applications.

The staff at North America brings years of knowledge, invaluable networking resources, solid connections and thousands of business contacts for your success.

GERMANY (data upd. Feb 2013)

Germany Economy contracts 0.6% in Q4.

The German economy suffered a dip towards the end of 2012: compared with the previous quarter, the gross domestic product decreased by 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012.

The German economy grew in the first three quarters of 2012 (by 0.5 percent, 0.3 percent and 0.2 percent), but clearly lost steam in the process.

(Source: Trading Economics)

UNITED KINGDOM (data upd. Jan 2013)

UK Economy contracts 0.3% in Q4.

GDP was estimated to have decreased by 0.3 percent in Q4 2012 compared with Q3 2012 and to have been flat in Q4 2012, when compared with Q4 2011. GDP is estimated to have been flat between 2011 and 2012.

The largest contribution to the decrease came from the manufacturing sector.
(Source: Trading Economics)

FRANCE (data upd. Jan 2013)

France Economy contracts 0.3% in Q4.

In the last quarter of 2012, French gross domestic product in volume stepped back (–0.3 percent), after +0.1 percent the previous quarter. Over the year, GDP growth was null in 2012, after +1.7 % in 2011.
(Source: Trading Economics)

ITALY (data upd. Feb 2013)

Italy Economy contracts 0.9% in Q4.

In the fourth quarter of 2012 the seasonally and calendar adjusted, chained volume measure of Gross Domestic Product decreased by 0.9% with respect to the third quarter of 2012 and by 2.7% in comparison with the fourth quarter of 2011.

Italy's economy shrank more sharply than expected at the end of last year, for a sixth consecutive quarter and extending the longest recession in 20 years.

(Source: Trading Economics)