Regulating tech companies - Survey: Rising pessimism in German export industry - Qatar opens new quarters for migrant workers
While investors from all over the world seek their fortunes in Germany, the prophets of doom are talking down Europe's biggest economy. Facts and fears hugely diverge, says economist Thomas Straubhaar.
Germany is not planning financial aid to help Turkey deal with its currency crisis, the Berlin government says. Opportunities may arise to buy indebted Turkish firms, but for now German business leaders are indifferent.
Following a breakthrough in Germany's coalition talks, industry and business organizations have warned that measures agreed in the grand coalition deal do not go far enough to make the economy fit for the future.
German politicians and business leaders have welcomed the agreement that Jean-Claude Juncker made with Donald Trump. But some wonder whether the US president will stick to his word.
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