The German Cartel Office has fined a group of brewers for price-fixing between 2006 and 2008. They will have to pay over 100 million euros.
What began with 22 firms and a €338 million fine for sausage and processed-meat price-fixing in 2014 has become an appeal by three companies denying wrongdoing. Why did they not use the 'sausage gap?'
German diesel vehicle owners accept that diesel is on its way out. But they're enraged that politicians haven't forced emissions-cheating carmakers to retrofit existing diesel cars with proper pollution abatement kits.
The German Beer Purity Law is an absolute must for most German breweries. And because at 500 it is so old, it can be found everywhere in the world - even in the Himalayas.
The head of the committee organizing World Cup 2022 in Qatar has told a state-run newspaper that there will be strict controls on alcohol in public. He's looking for a ban in public places, and the stadiums themselves.
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