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Such firms constitute 98 percent of all German companies, hire 80 percent of all employees, are responsible for a significant share of exports, and provide one of the firmest foundations of the middle class.
The government has supported and furthered the , in part for political reasons, but also because it makes a crucial contribution to the economy.
Although the industrial sector in the former East Germany is still evolving, manufacturing in that part of Germany is expected to concentrate in the same industries over time.
Thus, the future German economy will retain a powerful industrial component that will likely total well above 30 percent of German GDP.
It makes available special funds to promote research and development by companies to invest in eastern Germany.About 40 percent of German energy consumption comes from petroleum, largely for trucks and automobiles.About 30 percent comes from domestic coal deposits, half from lignite, or brown coal, in the east and the other half from anthracite located in the west.Almost all areas of western Germany have some industry.The main industrial areas are the Ruhr district in North Rhine-Westphalia, the traditional center of German coal, steel, and heavy industry; the concentration of industry around several large cities, such as Hanover, Munich, Frankfurt am Main, and Stuttgart; the chemical production areas that stretch mainly along the Rhine River in Baden-Wrttemberg and farther north; and the automotive manufacturing centers, increasingly concentrated in southern Germany in Bavaria and Baden-Wrttemberg.