The global elite is meeeting at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Policymakers and business people have a a few days for earnest debate on a wide range of topics, including globalization issues.
President Trump's controversial tweets about global warming have left many heads of state stony-faced. But big business is now pushing Washington to implement the United Nations' climate goals.
China has emerged as the new champion of Globalization at the World Economic Forum. Experts at WEF tell DW that Xi Jingping is stepping up amid a US retreat and European inaction.
After populist politicians have been gaining ground throughout the industrialized world, the message has also arrived in Davos: There has to be a change in globalization. But what?
Black Friday has made its way over from the US to Germany. Well, everyone loves a bargain!
A quick rundown of business events of the week
Police have arrested a 23-year-old man after a credible threat of violence was made against the University of Trier. The man allegedly threatened to attack the university with a semi-automatic weapon.
The last Sunday before Advent is a big one on the German calendar, one on which the closure of certain avenues of entertainment reminds people to remember their dead. At least, as Tamsin Walker found out, in theory...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May hopes her Brexit talks with European Council President Donald Tusk will yield something to write home about. But what impact could Germany's political vacuum have on any progress?
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