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2 days agoGerman dollar millionaires on the rise -- The number of Germany's dollar millionaires rose by 100,000 in 2019, according to the World Wealth Report. The US had the biggest upturn, although the coronavirus crisis could change the upward trend.
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3 days agoLiese: 'We count on cooperation' -- Peter Liese, German CDU Member of the European Parliament (MEP), spoke to DW to explain why he supports a European Parliament move to introduce compulsory licensing of the COVID-19 antiviral drug remdesivir
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6 days agoIreland's Donohoe voted new Eurogroup chief -- Donohoe will seek to help guide the eurozone through what is set to be the bloc's deepest recession in almost a century.
2 days agoMerkel meets with Rutte to discuss EU fund -- The chancellor met with a member of the "frugal four" to discuss the financial aspects of the EU recovery package.
2 days agoEU Council proposes €5 billion Brexit fund -- The money would be used to protect member states from the unforeseen consequences of the UK's EU departure. The two sides are currently negotiating post-Brexit trade relations, with little progress having been made.
2 days agoUS court rules Trump's records stay private -- New York prosecutors can now access Trump's returns, but a congressional request for them was sent back to the lower courts. Both rulings ensure that his records will remain private past the November poll.
2 days agoFunding pandemic disinformation -- More than $25 million in ad revenues could be directed to sites spreading fake news by the end of this year, according to researchers. Advertisements for brands including L'Oreal and Microsoft have also been featured.
2 days agoGermany's reticence on China -- Pressure is growing on Germany to take a tougher stance towards China over human rights abuse. For a long time, business interests have stood in the way. But a united European stance is increasingly imperative.
2 days agoKwame Owusu - In the latest of a series profiling Black entrepreneurs in Berlin, DW talks to Kwame "Juice" Owusu, a Ghanaian who moved to Germany as a child and who now runs an event management company.
9 days agoSannssi Cissé -- The German Guinean owns the firm Motivation Bros and tries to develop entrepreneurship and startups in Africa.
20 days agoNana Addison -- The Ghanaian German woman builds her career in beauty and tech, while speaking out against racism.
24 days agoHajj cancellation spells empty pockets -- The effective cancellation of this year's hajj pilgrimage due to COVID-19 has sparked grief among pilgrims, upending lifelong dreams. But it is also a blow to Saudis dependent on the trade it brings.
6 days agoAndalusia seeks to boost industrial sector -- Elevator maker Ascensores is part of a growing industrial sector in southern Spain's Andalusia, where industry accounts for just 12% of output. The region wants to become less dependent on tourism and agriculture.
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2 days agoEU: Deeper recession than expected -- The coronavirus crisis will push Europe into a deeper recession than originally thought, the European Commission has said. But some economies are expected to fare better than others.
2 days agoPolish city dwellers turn to cheese making -- Poland's Masuria region is popular among city dwellers who want to become farmers. Its fertile land is perfect for the production of artisanal cheese, which has found an increasing number of dairy enthusiasts abroad.
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2 days agoWorld's most expensive fungus heads towards extinction -- The world's most expensive fungus eats caterpillars. Now overharvesting is threatening the prize commodity.
2 days agoFrance's cheesemongers in trouble -- During lockdown, restaurants in France shut their doors, depriving cheesemakers of their most important revenue.
3 days agoSolar hubs to power e-scooter expansion -- Abandoned e-scooters blocking sidewalks could be a thing of the past thanks to new solar-powered charge hubs.
3 days agoGermany's €500 billion company rescue fund gets go-ahead -- Germany has the green light from the European Commission to deploy €500 billion euros in support to companies.
3 days agoAlstom plans Bombardier merger -- French TGV train maker Alstom is bidding for Bombardier's rail unit hoping to close the deal in the first half of 2021.
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16 days agoGermany to raise taxes on high-emission cars for climate change -- As part of its climate change reforms, the German government is set to alter road tax to increase costs for more pollutant cars. But environmental groups and Greens said the financial penalty was not high enough.
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1 month agoGerman parliament leader urges fresh push for EU economic union amid pandemic -- Wolfgang Schäuble has called for improved integration in the eurozone. He said the bloc would be "significantly further ahead today" if the EU had established a "prevailing" monetary fund in the 2010 Greece crisis.
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