Recession in Germany is looming and calls for a government economic stimulus packager are growing louder.
Draghi plans to launch a fresh round of monetary easing amid slowing growth and sluggish inflation in the eurozone. But the outgoing ECB president's efforts to exit with a bang is facing a major pushback.
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has been mulling an economic stimulus package, should Europe's largest economy slide into a full-blown recession. It would mark a departure from a policy of balanced annual budgets.
The West still regards China’s New Silk Road project with distrust but many countries are benefiting from Chinese investments, says DW's Frank Sieren.
Fresh figures suggest that Europe's biggest economy may be heading for a recession, as its growth slowed in the second quarter. Calls for more fiscal stimulus are growing louder, but the government sees no need for it.
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