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German and Italian police have detained scores of people with alleged ties to the 'Ndrangheta mafia. The suspects formed part of a transnational network involving bakeries, funeral services and vineyards, police said.
British construction and outsourced services group Carillion has gone bust, putting at risk several government contracts. The firm has recently struggled to refinance €1.7 billion in debt and liabilities.
Even with a caretaker government, Germany's outlook for 2018 is more positive than other parts of the EU, the Eurasia Group has said. Brexit and Italian elections will pose political and economic challenges for the bloc.
German-Iranian business ties have been growing, and that's likely to continue. The two countries, nearly the same size in population, have more in common than you might think — including a shared love of engineering.
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