Many German medium-sized enterprises have proven resilient in the coronavirus crisis. Cosmetics maker Dr. Wolff Group, for example, has shifted production to disinfectants to keep its staff employed.
A new study has found that a third of small and medium-sized companies have been the victim of industrial espionage. Experts say they should work more closely with authorities to prevent future attacks.
Ever wondered why the German economy is so robust? Small to medium-sized businesses specializing in essential but easily overlooked items deserve much of the credit, DW's Kate Ferguson believes.
Germany will reopen schools in early May and allow some of the currently closed retailers to open as well, Chancellor Angela Merkel said. Social distancing measures will stay in place. Follow DW for the latest.
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