TDPCMinisterial2013 › Claudia Dörr
Director-General responsible for 'European policy' in Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
Claudia Dörr is a qualified lawyer. She began her professional career in the Federal Ministry of Economics in 1989; since then, she has always worked in positions related to the EU and other international issues: initially as deputy head of division for EU and OECD relations in the context of the state export credit insurance systems; from 1995-1998 head of section in charge of trade policy, transatlantic relations, relations with Latin America, Asia and Central and Eastern Europe in the economic department of the Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the EU in Brussels, latterly as deputy head of the economic department.
From the end of 1998 until March 2001, Ms. Dörr headed the division responsible for trade policy (EU, WTO) in the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) and from April 2001 to February 2006 she was Deputy Director-General responsible for “European policy” in the BMWi/BMWA (Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour). Since February 2006, Ms. Dörr has been Director-General responsible for “European policy” in the BMWi.