This week Max Otte from the Worms University of Applied Sciences is our guest. He talks with us about the economic crisis and the consequences for crisis-ridden countries of the eurozone.
After years of strained ties, Erdogan has said he wants to reset relations with Berlin during a pomp and circumstance-filled visit to Germany. But German and Turkish politicians aren't convinced it will lead to a change.
The individual that attacked Borussia Dortmund's bus sought to drive down the team's share prices and enrich himself. Economist Max Otte talks with DW about how the plan failed, and the fact it is an isolated incident.
"Do you accept cards?" If you’re asking in Germany, there’s a good chance that the answer is no. The country has a curiously low cashless rate. Can the European economic powerhouse’s aversion to plastic payment continue?
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