Prices for recovered paper continue to drop. Experts are expecting prices to fall from €20 a ton to less than €5. Old paper used to be good business but soon will have to pay to get rid of it.
The Chinese government wants to get the economy back on track, and says the COVID-19 epidemic is virtually over. But experts fear Beijing may be ignoring a still-existing hazard.
While the true extent of the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 outbreak is yet to be determined, what's certain is that the crisis will claim millions of jobs. But a handful of sectors may escape with minimal pain.
People have been stockpiling products in reaction to the coronavirus crisis, highlighting one of the world's most underestimated of cultural assets: toilet paper. When was it invented and what did people use before that?
China is using the coronavirus crisis to make a good name for itself by delivering aid globally. The US, on the other hand, can no longer be seen as a reliable partner, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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