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Planet hunting on the cheap: Sealing wax and string?

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European chipmakers: Fighting back

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German business and government: Still cosy?

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Charlemagne: The squeezed middle

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German politics: Sedating, not leading

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Germany’s flagging economy: Build some bridges and roads, Mrs Merkel

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Germany and the euro: Ordoliberalism revisited

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Germany for a better textiles supply chain

Germany has launched an alliance of industry associations, importers and NGOs to press for a more socially responsible, ecologically sustainable clothing supply chain. But many key players are refusing to join. more >>
 

Germany wants cleaner, kinder textiles supply chain

Germany has launched an alliance of industry associations, importers and NGOs to press for a more socially responsible, ecologically sustainable clothing supply chain. But many key players are refusing to join. more >>
 

Eurozone inflation hits another five-year low

Sinking energy prices have pushed the eurozone's inflation rate down further, adding to worries that the economies in the 18-member bloc may not grow as fast as previously predicted. The ECB will not be amused. more >>
 

Lufthansa's Germanwings pilots strike

Pilots at Lufthansa's low-budget carrier Germanwings are staging a half-day work stoppage that affects a fifth of the airline's regular flights. Those on strike want to retain favorable early retirement terms. more >>
 

Suffering for mozzarella: mistreated buffaloes in Italy

An animal rights organization recently published a video showing the horrific circumstances in which buffaloes that produce the milk for mozzarella live. Many people were shocked and called for a boycott of the cheese. more >>
 

Suffering for mozzarella: abused buffaloes in Italy

An animal rights organization recently published a video showing the horrific circumstances in which buffaloes that produce the milk for mozzarella live. Many people were shocked and called for a boycott of the cheese. more >>
 

EU consumer confidence drops markedly

A leading market research group has said confidence among EU consumers has taken a tumble in recent months. It said people were getting increasingly worried about regional military conflicts and the spread of Ebola. more >>
 

Lockheed Martin claims breakthrough on nuclear fusion reactor

Lockheed Martin, the American defense contractor, has claimed a major breakthrough in nuclear fusion as an energy source. The company said it would build and test a compact fusion reactor in less than a year. more >>
 

European stock markets tumble, US follows

Markets around Europe and across the Atlantic have logged a flurry of red numbers, rattled by disappointing economic data from the US, falling oil prices, Europe's sluggish recovery and persistently low inflation. more >>
 

EU chides banks for breaching bonus cap

The EU Commission has urged the bloc's banks to comply with new rules on staff bonuses or face punishment. A probe by its EBA banking watchdog has found out that many banks dodge the rules with unlawful handouts. more >>
 

GoPro's wild shares not tied to Schumacher

GoPro's shares have tumbled after a French journalist purported Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher's injuries may have been caused by one of the company's cameras. But that misses the big picture, says DW's Jasper Sky. more >>
 

Opinion: GoPro's wild shares not tied to Schumacher

GoPro's shares have tumbled after a French journalist suggested one of the company's cameras may have caused Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher's injuries. But that misses the big picture, says DW's Jasper Sky. more >>
 

Deutsche Telekom fined for 'margin squeeze' tactics in Slovakia

The EU Commission has slapped a multi-million euro fine on Germany's Deutsche Telekom. The telephone company was found guilty of exploiting its dominant market position in Slovakia through a local subsidiary. more >>
 
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