China Slows Down: Chinese growth hits three-decade low - Turkish Drilling: EU penalizes Turkey over gas-drilling off Cyprus - Trade Beef: Argentinian beef among winners in EU-Mercosur deal
Central and eastern European economies are said to be decoupling from western Europe as consumption-led growth replaces the export-driven model. But will domestic spending suffice to fend off a slowdown in the eurozone?
Fresh figures suggest that Europe's biggest economy may be heading for a recession, as its growth slowed in the second quarter. Calls for more fiscal stimulus are growing louder, but the government sees no need for it.
The EU-Mercosur agreement would link more than 770 million people as part of the world's biggest free trade area. DW looks at what it all means.
China's economy is growing more slowly than it has over the past almost 30 years. But if we focus only on this fact, we are underestimating the real challenge, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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