French firms are pinning high hopes on President Macron’s reforms. Germany’s powerful economy is tough competition; they complain about its dominance and hope that France’s promised economic reforms will improve their position.
Troubled Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson is trying to refocus on its core network infrastructure business by divesting its costly, non-core digital service and media divisions amid tough global competition.
A 177-year-old Dutch tradition could soon come to a close, if fashion retailer C&A is sold to Chinese investors. But could new owners really help the fashion house beat off stiff global competition?
Germany's long-awaited high-speed rail link between Berlin and Munich has finally been inaugurated. But Green MEP Michael Cramer says it's not enough to lure most travelers away from carbon-heavy road and air travel.
Comparing two musical performances can be like comparing apples and oranges: the differences are rooted in the artist's personality. A piano competition in Bonn stresses the human factor.
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