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German industrial orders plunge in ‘horrible start’ to year
Weaker foreign demand drove a bigger-than-expected drop in German industrial orders in January, suggesting that busy factories in Europe’s largest economy could shift into a lower gear in the coming months.
German exports fall most in seven months
Germany’s exports fell between January and December by the widest margin since June, in the latest set of patchy data on the eurozone’s biggest economy.
German minister wants tougher foreign investment rules
Germany’s economy minister suggested tightening the rules on foreign investment, following concern over Chinese influence on European firms.
Foreign trade propels German growth
Foreign trade drove a 0.6 percent expansion in Europe’s largest economy between October and December, German data showed, and the momentum from the fourth quarter is widely expected to carry over into the start of 2018.
Iran, Germany cooperate on nuclear safety systems
Iran and the German GRS Company have signed an agreement in the presence of German Ambassador to Iran Michael Klor-Berchtold and Head of Iran's Nuclear Safety System Center Hojatollah Salehi.
Berlin International Film Festival opens in German capital (Video)
The 68th Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the Berlinale, has opened in the German capital. It’s regarded as one of the world’s most important film events and a chance for upcoming filmmakers from developing countries to get discovered. Nineteen films, including four by Iranian filmmakers, are competing for awards in this year’s competition,
German foreign minister lashes out at likely successor
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel lashed out Friday at his likely successor, Martin Schulz, saying his party colleague had broken a promise not to serve in Chancellor Angela Merkel's new cabinet.
France warns of ‘red line’ over German-backed eurozone reform
France’s finance minister has hit out at German-backed plans to impose debt writedowns on investors in bailed out countries, warning that the issue was a ‘red line’ for Paris in talks on eurozone reform.
Prospective partners in German new govt. resume push for coalition deal
Two main German parties are in a final push to patch together a coalition that could allow Chancellor Angela Merkel to secure her fourth consecutive term in office.
Merkel, Schulz fail to produce coalition deal
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and Martin Schulz's Social Democrats have failed to conclude coalition negotiations in time to meet a self-imposed Sunday deadline.
German FM urges Europe to stop mounting nuclear arms race
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has urged Europe to push for nuclear disarmament by starting new initiatives for arms control after the US announced its new strategy to upgrade and expand its nuclear arsenal.
German industrial workers stage third day of strike
Industrial workers in Germany started a third day of 24-hour strikes over pay and working hours on Friday, downing their tools at companies, including carmakers Mercedes-Benz and Porsche and airplane maker Airbus.
German automakers fire execs in monkey test scandal
German automakers BMW and Daimler have taken action against executives behind emissions experiments on monkeys, as the companies tried to save their tarnished images.
German parties agree on pensions as coalition talks progress
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives agreed with their would-be Social Democrat (SPD) partners on Wednesday to cap pension contributions, a sign of steady progress in coalition talks which both sides aim to conclude within a week.
German parties begin formal talks on new 'grand coalition'
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the leaders of two smaller parties met Friday for the start of formal negotiations on forming a new governing coalition, some four months after voters went to the polls.

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