Chinese exports rebound in March - North Carolina: Discriminatory law prompts backlash - Russia losing energy stranglehold on Lithuania - Collecting taxes in Greece no easy task
Europe's economy is growing at its fastest in over a decade but there's no room for complacency. Storm clouds are gathering and the future looks far less rosy, says DW Business Editor Daniel Winter.
The escalating trade dispute between the US and China has already caused noticeable damage for Germany, Holger Bingmann, president of the German Federation of Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services (BGA) tells DW.
EU-Israel business ties have never been stronger. And while Brussels’ support for the Palestinian Authority means the political realm is fraught with often very old complications, business prospects look very healthy.
German police are investigating after posters appeared in Bonn threatening to hammer 7,000 nails into the city's cherry trees. The posters criticized the frenzy over the blooms, but locals told DW that they welcome it.
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