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The chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, is paying a two-day visit to Egypt on Thursday, to discuss several political and economic issues between Egypt and the most powerful industrial country in the European Union. Throughout the visit, it is scheduled for Merkal to meet Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the Grand Imam of al-Azhar, Ahmed …
€9.5m exports this year, an increase of 5% compared to 2016
German monthly inflation rose more than expected in December, hitting the highest level in more than three years, and positively rounding off a dismal year for central bank efforts to push prices with monetary policy.
Through the “German Week in Upper Egypt”, the Qena governor aims to establish a German school in his province
German ambassador will meet several governors to discuss cooperation
Automakers record the first fall in October sales since the industry’s six-year crisis ended
There’s no reason to fear a sell-out of German technology through Chinese takeovers, says APA Chairman Hubert Lienhard in an interview granted to DW at the Asia Pacific Conference of German Business in Hong Kong.
German premium carmaker BMW has posted a decent increase in third-quarter earnings
German pharmaceutical giant Bayer has reported strong earnings and sales for the third quarter on higher demand for prescription drugs.
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union will have a negative impact on gross domestic product in Germany, a survey by an economic think tank has predicted.
A German researcher journeyed from Norway to Greece, visiting 22 cities to find out if there’s such a thing as a “color character” of a city – and if so, how does it affect us?
We have always underlined that Germany is at Egypt’s side when it comes to its long-term stability and security, says Julius Georg Luy
The UN should push ahead with sanctions against Syria for using chlorine gas, said Gernot Erler, Berlin’s representative in charge of relations with Moscow. He slammed Russia for threatening to veto the motion.
German activists have launched the country’s largest-ever civil lawsuit in protest of a planned free trade agreement between the EU and Canada.
Volkswagen HQ in Wolfsburg isn’t the only place where the consequences of the dieselgate scandal are being felt. Cities that host VW’s production facilities must also rejigger their budgets as VW pays fewer taxes.
The German Red Cross expects around 3,000 calls for help by the end of 2016 from refugees who have lost track of family members on their perilous journey. A large number of requests come from minors.
Confidence among German business leaders has slipped markedly, the latest monthly index of Germany’s Ifo economic research institute has shown. Global uncertainties are finally taking their toll, experts say.
Ending a listing early on eBay is not against the law, Germany’s highest court has ruled, throwing out a claim for damages from a buyer, who has made a business out of suing sellers that cancel their auctions.
The German economy has logged another quarter of expansion, the National Statistics Office has confirmed.
Did you know that brush making has historically been a trade for the blind? At Hagen’s outdoor museum, visitors can go back in time, forge hammers on anvils, eat tradtiionally baked bread and learn about German history.