As Germany's foreign trade continues to roar, the IMF has warned the country's huge surpluses are a threat to global economic stability. Economist Fabian Lindner shares this fear in an interview with DW.
Pentecostal churches are wildly popular in Nigeria — and increasingly rich, as they run thriving businesses empires on the side. Critics say they exploit people's faith.
About two dozen countries accounting for almost half of global exports impose "little or no enforcement" of foreign bribery laws, Transparency International report. The world's top exporter received particular criticism.
Montenegro may not be on everyone's radar, but the small Adriatic nation is becoming a magnet for Turkish companies. Old animosities between the two countries seem forgotten. Jelena Kulidzan reports from Podgorica.
David DiChiera made Detroit more palatable for businesses after he brought opera back to downtown. It was through his strong will and foresight that today's revival of the city is possible. His death leaves a big hole.
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