German business group says Johnson 'lesser evil' – Poland: Europe's chicken factory - Disney+ launches with new Star Wars series
Whatever is behind the recent plunge in foreign investment in Germany, the country needs to work on its infrastructure and digitization strategy to stay strong, according to a new report by KPMG.
The World Trade Organization is facing a major crisis as its appellate body loses its ability to rule on new dispute cases. The US has been blocking the appointment of new judges to protest the way the WTO does business.
Human rights advocates say Germany can do more to support Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement and condemn the Uighur camps in Xinjiang, but business interests stand in the way.
A Swiss-Lebanese business tycoon purchased items that once belonged to Adolf Hitler to get them off the market. He told DW that it was a spontaneous decision — and it is inspiring him to do more.
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