Collectively, Chinese tourists spend more than 200 billion euros abroad - more than any other country. Foreign travel is expected to rise again this year, despite China’s slowing economy. In second place is the US, followed by Germany.
Ministers from 34 major economies are meeting in Montreal this weekend at a summit called by the EU, Canada and China, as worries grow that the US will play a spoiler role at this year's climate summit in Bonn.
As far as Serbia's foreign policy is concerned, joining the EU is a top priority. The Serbian prime minister, Ana Brnabic, writes that Germany's support for her country is hugely important in this regard.
Opportunities for business rarely come to mind when countries like Afghanistan or Bolivia come up. That’s something that young entrepreneurs are trying to change, and they are getting some support from Germany.
Germany's foreign minister has urged "pressure and dialogue" to stop North Korea's nuclear and missile program. The US has said diplomacy is still an option, but if it fails military action is on the table.
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