Tag Archives: Germany

Merkel a collateral victim of U.S. spying scandal

Widespread U.S. spying on German Internet and mobile-phone users is angering voters. Angela Merkel …

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Merkel’s manifesto serves EU better than Germany

The German chancellor’s campaign for a third term relies on promises of more redistribution …

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Germany finds pay balance that’s right for Europe

The days of excessive German wage restraint are over, as the latest deal at …

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German carmakers should beef up R&D, not lobbying

The country’s manufacturers are fighting tougher European emission guidelines. The attack may serve short-term …

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Soccer success mirrors Germany’s secret strengths

For the first time ever, both teams in Europe’s biggest championship were German. In …

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New model Mercedes is make or break for Daimler

The German carmaker drove the next version of its flagship Mercedes off the forecourt …

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Evonik’s fundamental strengths come at a full price

The listing of the speciality chemicals company marks the largest German IPO since 2007. …

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German push to green power is brave but risky

Europe’s industrial leader wants to wean itself off nuclear power and fossil fuels, so …

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German eurosceptics strong enough to nudge Merkel

A new anti-euro party is unlikely to make it into parliament in the 2013 …

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German minimum wage talk mostly symbolic for now

The country is one of the few in the EU without a minimum wage. …

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