Trade Fears - Geneva Car Show - Fraud in EU-funded projects in Hungary
As the world prepares to tackle trade tensions and tit-for-tat tariffs, the summit between leaders of China and Central and Eastern European nations offers a chance for Beijing to present itself as a free trade champion.
The Geneva Motor Show comes at a time of profound changes in the auto industry on the Continent and elsewhere, as DW's Janelle Dumalaon reports from Switzerland. What are the highlights this time around?
Donald Trump's protectionist trade policies will likely create serious ramifications for the world economy, fears DW's Rolf Wenkel. But there are more than enough dangerous populists in Europe, too.
Despite a massive global and domestic pushback, US President Donald Trump has imposed broad tariffs on steel and aluminum. Last-minute modifications can't cloak the president's dangerous protectionist stance.
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