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The EU is banning Russian coal from coming into the bloc. But oil and gas, which represent far bigger imports from Moscow, are still untouched.
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Security workers are staging a full-day walkout at airports across Germany over pay disputes.
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Germany to raise hourly minimum wage to €12 by October
The new bill had been a campaign pledge of the country's coalition government.
China proposes green co-operation with Germany, including clean energy
President Xi says the world's second and fourth-largest economies should realise the growth potential of trade in services.
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Elon Musk's company has just built Germany's newest car factory but it could soon face by the same problems affecting German carmakers.
Germany to slash renewable energy fees to ease burden of higher bills
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There is no real motivation beyond faith alone for Europe to stick rigidly to its current fiscal rules, says MEP Philippe Lamberts
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The Dutch meteorological agency issued an extremely rare "code red" alert on Sunday throughout the country, which was hit by its first snowstorm in more than 10 years.
IMF: coronavirus pandemic will cause worst economic slump since Great Depression
"The bleak outlook applies to advanced and developing economies alike. This crisis knows no boundaries. Everybody hurts," says International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
Writing a great business story: smarter finance for small firms
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The EU’s Far Right surge is unstoppable if we don’t transform how our democracies work ǀ View
Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, could well be the first major industrial power to fall in a global recession, triggering a Far Right victory that could have a domino effect across the EU.
The Brief: Europe's engine stalling as Germany's economy shrinks
Uncertainty over Brexit and the trade war between the US and China slowed down the export-oriented German economy.
Deutsche Bank begins cutting 18,000 jobs
Deutsche Bank began cutting 18 thousand jobs globally. Whole teams were dismissed on Monday morning.
Eurozone citizens were sold a lie – and now their economies are paying the price ǀ View
Why, 20 years on from the birth of the eurozone, are people so unhappy and ready to blame the European Central Bank (ECB) for the poor economic performance of their country and the absence of a bright future?
Germany first? Is Berlin moving towards a new era of protectionism?
Germany's economy minister has announced measures to protect the country from what Berlin sees as the growing economic threat from China and the US.
EU's largest economy shows steady growth
Latest data shows the German economy in good shape despite the prospect of more trade tariffs and Brexit
Germany's 'crisis' is something other countries should envy: View
To understand the significance of the political manoeuvrings in Berlin look beyond the headlines to the economy, writes Charles Lees.
Europe's working poor: is flexibility the answer?
Sophie Claudet: Germany is not the only country in Europe to promote flexibility on its labour market.