Category:Martin Bangemann

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Deutsch: Martin Andreas Bangemann (* 15. November 1934 in Wanzleben) ist ein deutscher Politiker (FDP). Er war von 1984 bis 1988 Bundesminister für Wirtschaft und von 1989 bis 1999 EU-Kommissar für den Binnenmarkt (bis 1993) bzw. für Industriepolitik, Informationstechnik und Telekommunikation. Von 1985 bis 1988 war er auch Bundesvorsitzender der FDP.
English: Martin Bangemann (born November 15, 1934 (1934-11-15) (age 74) in Wanzleben) is a German politician and a former leader of the FDP (1985–1988).
Martin Bangemann 
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German politician
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Date of birth 15 November 1934
Wanzleben
Country of citizenship
Educated at
Occupation
Member of political party
  • Free Democratic Party (1963)
Position held
  • member of the European Parliament (1984, 1973)
  • member of the German Bundestag (5 October 1980, 19 November 1972)
  • Bundesminister (Otto Graf Lambsdorff, 9 December 1988, 27 June 1984, Cabinet Kohl II, Cabinet Kohl III, Helmut Haussmann)
  • European Commissioner (1989, Q1483732, Q15039877, Santer Commission, 1999)
  • party leader (Free Democratic Party, 1985, 1988)
  • Q29914841 (1974, Günter Verheugen, 1975)
  • member of the German Bundestag (1989, 25 January 1987)
Native language
Work location
Award received
  • Knight Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (1989)
  • Uwch-Groes Aur Teilyndod Awstria (1988)
  • Reinhold Maier Medal (1999)
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