Wednesday, 7th December 2022
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13 Sep
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Tuesday he wanted to hurry through reforms to the electricity market to ease the pressure on consumers and businesses ahead of the coming European winter.
12 Sep
Germany will fall into recession next year, a leading think-tank warned Monday, with Europe's biggest economy facing soaring inflation as Russia slashes energy supplies.
12 Sep
This was how the then Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and current President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde, summarised her perspective on economic diversification
2 Sep
Russia has halted gas deliveries to Germany via a key pipeline for an indefinite period after saying Friday it had found problems in a key piece of equipment, a development that will worsen Europe
2 Sep
Expectations are high across the world for a divine experience as the ReachOut World Live with Pastor Chris begins today September 2.
31 Aug
German intelligence services are investigating two civil servants at the economy ministry on suspicion of spying for Moscow, according to a local media report published Wednesday. Germany's Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the domestic intelligence service, opened an inquiry after senior ministry staff shared their concerns, according to weekly Die Zeit. The…
23 Aug
Germany has registered almost a million refugees from Ukraine since Russia invaded its neighbour in February, the interior ministry said on Tuesday.
22 Aug
One of the leading European door manufacturers, Hormann, has called for improved standards in the quality of doors produced in the country.
19 Aug
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will answer to a committee on Friday as part of investigations into a financial scandal that cost the government billions, as the leader struggles to shed suspicions over his possible role in the huge tax fraud scam.
17 Aug
People who complain about racism should also complain if they accept tribalism. Those who practice tribalism have no right to complain about racism.
3 Aug
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Wednesday accused Russia of blocking the delivery of a turbine needed to keep gas flowing to Europe via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline. As the continent's biggest economy scrambled for energy sources to fill the gap left by Russia's throttling of supplies, Scholz also opened the door to keeping Germany's…
25 Jul
The business climate in Germany worsened "significantly" in July, according to a key survey published Monday, as an energy crisis pushed Europe's largest economy closer to a recession this year.


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