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Member of European parliament

Karl von Wogau, German Member of European Parliament. Member Economics and Indiana Business Association of the EEP (vice president), Kangaroo Group (co-founder 1981).


Wogau, Karl von was born on July 18, 1941 in Freiburg, Germany.


Graduate in Law, Federal Republic of Germany diploma, European Institute of Business Administration (Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires), Fontainebleau, France Doctor degree, Federal Republic of Germany.


Manager Sandoz Ltd., Basel, Switzerland, 1971-1984. Partner Graf von Westphalen Bappert and Modest, Freiburg, Germany, since 1984. Member European Parliament, since 1979, chairman committee on economic and monetary affairs and industrial policy, since 1994.

Member Junge Union, since 1963, Christian Democratic Union, since 1969. Chairman Kangaroo Group. Spokesman for economic and monetary affairs of European People's Party in European Parliament.

Vice chairman Christian Democratic Union/CSU member in group of European People's Party. Chairman Christian Democratic Union member of Land Baden-Wurttemberg European Parliament, member committee on economic and monetary affairs, substitute member committee on constitutional affairs, member delegation for relations with Mashreq countries and Gulf States.


Member Delaware Relations Mashreq Countries and Gulf States, Committee Foreign Affairs, human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy, 2002—2002, Committee Constitutional Affairs, 2002—2002, Delaware Relations North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 2002—2002. Vice-chairman, cdu and csu members European People's Party, 2002—2002. Chairman cdu members Land Baden-Wurttemberg European Parliament, Germany, 2002—2002.

Member Christian Democratic Union (regional executive committee Südbaden), Committee Fgn. Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security, and Defense Policy, Committee Constitutional Affairs (subordinate), Economic and Indiana Business Association of the EEP (vice president), Kangaroo Group (co-founder 1981), Junge Union, Committee Economic and Monetary Affairs, Committee Constitutional Affairs (substitute member, spokesman), Del.for Relations with Mashreq countries and Gulf States, Delaware Relations with North Atlantic Treaty Organization.