Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
The number of people out of work in Germany rose in July, ending nine consecutive months of falls. Still, the jobless rate remains at its lowest level since German reunification in 1990.
Lobbyists from the farming and newspaper sectors worked hard to win exceptions to Germany's minimum wage, it has been revealed. But the employers' representatives don't think it did them much good.
Greece could surely use some economic growth - badly. But how? An evaluation of more than a hundred studies has revealed that public investment, even on credit, may just hold the key to long-term success.
While the possibility of Greece's exit from the eurozone has preoccupied European policymakers in recent months, some economists say it's actually Germany that has to leave the currency union. But others disagree.