Africa's population is growing, but job creation isn't keeping up. That's a problem for countries, but not one that isn't solvable, according to a new study.
The IMF says Germany's family firms share part of the blame for the nation's rising inequality. But the head of the foundation for German family businesses rejects the IMF's stance, and claims the opposite is true.
The German lender is cutting thousands of jobs and shedding whole business lines as part of a massive overhaul. Analysts say cost cutting alone is not going to rid Deutsche Bank of its current woes.
Africa's population is growing rapidly. The high birthrates present the continent with an enormous challenge. However, a study found that the number of children is declining as education, health and jobs rise.
China's economy is growing more slowly than it has over the past almost 30 years. But if we focus only on this fact, we are underestimating the real challenge, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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