As a new government takes power, plenty of business owners, temporary workers and economists are hopeful that some of the country’s most pressing labor issues will soon be addressed.
The Bundestag is set to address the issue of organ donation. Germany uses a controversial card system that requires donors "opt in," but the country's health minister says a change could be in the works.
The EU's plan to overhaul its online copyright law aims to further restrict internet content. But claims of fraud and censorship are overblown, says Bernd Riegert. And we'll still be able to enjoy cat memes.
The European Comission will back Spain's fight to defend its olive exporters, who were hit by Donald Trump's tariffs in June 2018. Madrid considers the punitive measure to be "an evident prejudice" on olive producers.
The Social Democrats are going back to their roots, scrapping the Hartz IV welfare system. The contentious reforms had prompted soul-searching within the party for over a decade, while they were lauded outside Germany.
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