Things aren’t looking too rosy for Europe’s largest economy. Germany’s 2018 growth forecast has been cut amid an escalating trade skirmish between the US and the EU. The German economy is facing some headwinds this year.
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Stephan Grünewald has been called the "psychologist of the nation." With a new book out, he tells DW about the concerns of Germans, unrest in Europe, Brexit and the dangers of the digitized world.
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz was pummelled with criticism from all sides as he presented Germany's budget plans. Local governments are particularly upset over plans to cut the money for processing asylum-seekers.
Many Germans expect to spend their twilight years either impoverished or working past their best by dates. Those fears need to be taken seriously, says DW's Kate Ferguson.
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