The success of Germany's economy is largely dependent on its huge industrial base. So much so that foreign investors are not only buying German products - but snapping up iconic German companies.
Measles vaccination rates are rising in Germany but so is the number of annual infections. Unvaccinated children can be kept out of school and day care to prevent an outbreak of the disease.
In the years since wolves returned to Germany, they've multiplied quickly — bringing headaches for farmers. MPs and experts agree that more should be done to protect livestock, but they're split on the issue of hunting.
One of the richest men in Germany, Karl-Erivan Haub, has been in charge of the Tengelmann retail group since 2000. The avid alpine skier was reported missing after going on an expedition near the Swiss-Italian border.
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.
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