Austria is a German Speaking country in Central Europe with a population of about 8.5 million. Capital city of Austria is Vienna. The greater part of Austria lies in the cool or temperate climate zone where humid winds predominate. Austria can be divided into 5 areas, the biggest being The Eastern Alps. Austria is the 12th richest country in the world and has a developed social market economy and a high standard of living. Tourism contributes to almost 9% of the country’s economy. It surprises everyone with its many historical regions and local diversity. Austria conferences will be providing an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and results in Emerging Technological Innovations in Sciences, Engineering, Technology and Management. In 2020 Meetings International will be hosting 3 conferences in Austria.
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Austria is a highly developed industrialized country with an important service sector. The most important industries are food and luxury commodities, mechanical engineering and steel construction, chemicals, and vehicle manufacturing. In the field of agriculture, Austria is witnessing a strong trend towards organic farming. With an overall share of 11.9%, organic farms in Austria occupy a leading position among the EU Member States. In this organic branch of agriculture, 88.1% of enterprises are dedicated to livestock farming. Wholesale prices (WPI 2015) amounted to 104.1 (preliminary value) in December 2017 and thus increased by 3.2% against December 2016, as Statistics Austria reports. Compared to November 2017, wholesale prices went down by 0.1%. The annual average of wholesale prices in 2017 was 4.6% above the previous year's level.
Austria is the biggest community for business thousands of businesses ranging from small organization to large (all types of business). Organizations of all sizes are being impacted by cyber security breaches. Foreign citizens may establish a business in Austria, act as managing directors or purchase companies. Here you find basic information that will be important for you as an investor when establishing a business.
The Republic of Austria has a free and public school system, and nine years of education are mandatory. Schools offer a series of vocational-technical and university preparatory tracks involving one to four additional years of education beyond the minimum mandatory level. The federal Ministry of Education is responsible for funding and supervising primary, secondary, and, since 2000, also tertiary education. Primary and secondary education is administered on the state level by the authorities of the respective states. The large scale of the survey offers a significant and unique insight into what parents – key stakeholders in education.
The performance of Austria as an innovative business location speaks for itself. The Austrian model of success creates optimal conditions for companies such as Baxter, BMW, Bosch, Infineon and Novartis which bundle their R&D activities and competence centers in Austria. Four out of five multinationals involved in production and about one quarter of regional headquarters carry out strategic research and development work on behalf of the entire Group from their Austrian base. The private sector accounts for more than two-thirds of Austrian R&D expenditures. The government offers tax benefits to companies carrying out research and promotes their cooperation with the scientific community. Companies are entitled to claim a research premium of 12 percent of R&D expenditures (from 2018 on even 14%).
Austria is the largest EU country located at the heart of the continent and is therefore an important transport hub for north/south and east/west routes. Major cities in Austria have an integrated transport system that includes a fast rail network trams and in many cases an underground system. Austria’s nationwide rail network features tracks of a total of 6,123 km in length.
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Austria is one of the most frequent recipients of global recognitions. Some of these Professor Adolf von Liebenberg, Konigsberg University, Professor Alexandra Adler
Austria, one of Europe's most popular holiday destinations, attracts tourists year-round, and winter is almost as busy as summer in the spectacular mountain regions. Visitors are drawn as much for the scenic beauty of this Alpine republic's provinces as they are for splendid cities like Vienna (Wien), the historic capital, and beautiful Salzburg, birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. One of Europe's smallest countries, Austria is predominantly a nation of upland areas and high mountains, with the Eastern Alps occupying a good 60 percent of its territory. The River Danube flows for about 350 kilometers from west to east through the northern part of the country, adding to its attraction as a tourist destination. Austria is also extremely easy to get around, with its most popular tourist destinations well connected by trains and buses. Or you can drive between points of interest on a well-planned system of motorways. Whether you choose to tour the country by car or public transport, you're guaranteed an unforgettable experience. Admont Abbey, Albertina Museum, Altenburg Abbey, Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Bad Kleinkirchheim Cable Cars, Bad Schallerbach Spa, Belvedere Palace and Art Museum, Botanical Gardens of Vienna University, Burg Forchtenstein Castle, Burg Güssing Castle, Burg Hasegg Castle and Mint Tower, Burg Hochosterwitz Castle, Burg Hohenwerfen Fortress. Attend Meetings International conferences in Austria and get an opportunity to explore its attractions.
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