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German, French finance ministers vow to strengthen eurozone
Germany and France, two leading economic powers in the European Union, have vowed to double their efforts to strengthen the eurozone.
Libya accuses German oil firm of withholding $900m
Wintershall, a German oil company, has withheld more than $900 million of Libya’s oil money, a senior Libyan official says, as a row deepens over what role the UN-backed government should have in monitoring and implementing oil contracts.
German economic growth speeds up
Germany's economy grew strongly in the first three months of this year, driven by investment and consumption, official figures show.
German exports, imports reach record heights
German exports rose to a new record high in March but were outpaced by imports to slightly narrow the trade surplus, while factory production dropped slightly, according to two reports from Europe’s largest economy.
German economists in favor of tax cuts
A large majority of German economists have spoken out in favor of tax cuts for middle-income earners.
German project looks to home photovoltaic systems to help grid
Grid operator Tennet and solar battery maker Sonnen GmbH have launched a pilot project that will tap home photovoltaic (PV) systems to help iron out imbalances on Germany's power network.
German finance minister hails progress in Greek economic reforms
Greece has received some rare praise for its reform push from Germany’s finance minister, who has raised hopes that the debt-stricken country will get more bailout funds soon.
German tourist rescued in Koohrang woodland
A German tourist, who was in need of help in Khoda Afarin Bridge woodland ― between Ardal and Koohrang towns in Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari Province ― was rescued by Emergency Medical Service team of the province.
Macron would be ‘strong’ president for France: German chancellor
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that Emmanuel Macron would be a strong president for France and she hoped he would win a run-off on May 7 against far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
Merkel 'regrets' Israel PM's snub of German foreign minister
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says it was "regrettable" that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu refused to receive Germany's foreign minister over the senior diplomat’s meeting with pro-Palestine advocacy groups.
I don’t want to be Israel’s political ‘plaything’: German FM
Germany’s foreign minister says he does not want to be “a plaything” for Israel’s politicking after the regime’s prime minister refused to receive him over the senior diplomat’s meeting with pro-Palestine advocacy groups.
German government lifts 2017 growth forecasts to 1.5 percent
The German government has slightly raised its growth forecasts for Europe's biggest economy for this year and next due to increased optimism about rising global demand, two senior government officials told Reuters on Tuesday.
Israeli premier cancels talks with German FM over activists meeting
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cancelled talks with the visiting German foreign minister after the diplomat refused to call off meetings with Israeli rights groups critical of Tel Aviv.
German Linde ready for direct investment in Iran’s petchem: Official
German company Linde is ready for direct investment in Iran's petrochemical industry, announced Iran's deputy oil minister for international and commercial affairs.
ECB rate hike would help reduce German current account surplus
The German government believes an interest rate increase by the European Central Bank (ECB) would help to reduce Germany's often-criticized export surplus, the Funke Mediengruppe newspaper chain reported on Wednesday.

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