American customers are leaving German wines on the shelf due to higher prices. Tariffs of 25% have made the product much more expensive, causing concern for winemakers.
The company behind the German-Russian pipeline announced plans to resume construction in early December, one year after work came to a halt. The US has strongly opposed Germany's attempts to push ahead with the project.
As part of a dispute over subsidies for Boeing and Airbus, European goods such as cheese and wine are subject to tariffs in the US. Now the EU is retaliating with penalties on up to $4 billion worth of US services.
China's emergence as a global military actor must be part of NATO's discussions on how to reform the alliance, says German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. And, amid shifting power, NATO will need a more "sovereign Europe."
Germany's ageing population and diseases such as diabetes make COVID-19 particularly dangerous to many, said the country's health minister. Many nations are seeing a second wave of infections. Follow DW for the latest.
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