Port rebuild to challenge debt-laden Lebanon - Lufthansa posts €1.5bn net loss for Q2
In several parts of Africa, paying for food, clothes or public transport with a phone is commonplace. Mobile money is taking off in Ethiopia, too, with COVID-19 as the catalyst.
Germany's powerful auto bosses are used to warmer welcomes when they meet with the chancellor. At this week's car summit, Angela Merkel ignored their courting and kept her wallet tight — a good sign says Henrik Böhme.
From empty city centers to shut businesses, this spring's coronavirus lockdowns are seared in the memories of many Europeans. Governments on the continent are desperate to avoid imposing such drastic measures again.
As German companies struggle to recover from the coronavirus-driven slump, the Justice Ministry is planning to let them restructure and avoid insolvency proceedings, provided they have a "compelling" business model.
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