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Eurozone inflation hits 8.1% in May - US workers seek new jobs after 'Great Resignation' - Hungary caps prices to fight inflation
Berlin wants to reduce its reliance on Russian coal by importing more from the biggest open-cast coal mine in Latin America. Its poor environmental and human rights standards have earned it the nickname "The Monster."
Losing subscribers for the first time in a decade and intense competition from other streaming platforms seem to add pressure on the company to adjust its business model.
In the United States, African-Americans are more likely to live in poverty than any other ethnic group.
European businesses are redefining their value chains amid the war in Ukraine and COVID-19. Now back after a pandemic hiatus, the Hannover Messe — one of Germany's most important trade fairs — reveals how it's coping.
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