Ingo Kramer (25 January, 1953) is a German businessman and employers' organisation official. He is the current head of the Confederation of German Employers' Associations (BDA) (German: Bundesvereinigung der Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände).
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Kramer warned against the dangers of nationalism in Germany. He critized the AfD party for holding "national-populist views", declaring that the contents of AfD statements were "deadly for our national economy", as, according to Kramer, these beliefs run contrary to what Germany needs in the year 2030: foreign specialists, education investments and open borders. He additionally called upon the public to oppose populism and nationalism in everyday life.
Declaring that Germany is in desperate need of migrants, the head of the umbrella group for employers’ associations has demanded the nation loosen border controls and recognise itself to be an “immigration country”. “Germany is an immigration country. And Germany has to be made aware of this situation,” said Ingo Kramer, president of the Confederation of German Employers’ Associations (BDA).
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