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Germans' purchasing power grows at slowest pace
Germans' purchasing power increased in the first quarter at its weakest rate in more than three years as inflation accelerated in Europe's largest economy, data from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Friday.
German FM warns Qatar standoff could end in war
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned that a row between Qatar and its Arab neighbors of the Persian Gulf region could end in a war.
German trade surplus shrinks as imports leap
Germany bought and sold record amounts of goods in April, in a further sign of increasingly robust consumer demand in the eurozone’s largest economy.
Zarif confers with German, Spanish counterparts
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in separate phone conversations with German and Spanish counterparts Sigmar Gabriel and Alfonso Dastis respectively discussed latest regional developments.
German PMI hits 73-month high in May
Germany's private sector grew to 73-month high in May, Markit's survey showed, suggesting the continuing momentum in the European largest economy.
German MPs still not allowed to visit Incirlik: Turkey FM
Turkey says it will continue to prevent German lawmakers from visiting Incirlik Air Base, with Germany responding that it would pull out its troops from the key NATO base in the Anatolian country.
German parliamentary group cancels Turkey visit
A parliamentary group from Germany, which was scheduled to visit Turkey, has canceled the trip when it was informed that the lawmakers could not hold talks with officials in the Turkish government and parliament.
German hiker arrives in Mashhad after five years
German hiker Thomas Heinrich Schmöckel, who has a degree in economics and began his journey five years ago arrived in Mashhad in the northeastern province of Khorasan Razavi on May 22, according to Khorasan Razavi Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department.
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.

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