The planned US tariffs on steel and aluminum have not gone down well with the United States' trading partners. With trade tensions intensifying, will we also see a currency war to make things even worse?
Russia's economy is the world's eleventh-largest. Following a period of recession, it managed to return to growth last year despite Western sanctions widening. But can the country continue on the road of recovery?
EU politicians have increased calls for sanctions against the ex-chancellor for representing Russian interests. Ukraine's foreign minister said sanctions must target "those who are pushing Putin's projects abroad."
Chancellor Angela Merkel has spoken with Chinese President Xi Jinping about steel overcapacity and the US threat of tariffs. They are to work on solutions through the G20 group of industrialized nations.
The appointments will impact China's economic reform efforts and its drive to modernize its armed forces. The National People's Congress also confirmed appointments to the posts of finance and commerce.
Lawmakers want answers following reports that a company harvested data from 50 million Facebook users to influence the 2016 US election. Cambridge Analytica reportedly retained user data it improperly obtained.
Women earn on average 21 percent less than men in Germany, making March 18 the country’s Equal Pay Day. It’s a symbolic representation of a very real discrepancy. Here’s what you need to know about the occasion.
A cross-party parliamentary committee has urged the government to consider a "limited extension" if key issues aren't dealt with. The committee's chair said "credible, detailed proposals" need to be put forward now.
The European Commission is to unveil plans for a digital tax on big US tech companies. The move is aimed at recovering billions of euros from multinationals that divert their earnings to low-tax nations.
The French president wants to further centralize the eurozone. While Germany backs reform, Berlin is reluctant to support a "transfer union" that would see it pay more than it gets. DW examines what's on the table.
Travel agencies, hotel managers, and diving centres told that reservations are rising especially in Red Sea destinations such as Hurghada and Marsa Alam. EgyptAir to resume Moscow flights on April 12.
Some students in Germany are taking the reins of their schools' energy efficiency, using thermal imaging cameras to detect the most wasteful areas. The result: helping the environment while saving on heating costs.
Leading US trade associations have written to President Donald Trump, urging him to halt plans to slap higher tariffs on Chinese imports. They said they feared a chain reaction of negative consequences.
Germany's economy minister made his comments before departing for Washington. He said that both Germany and the EU want to avoid a trade war with the US.
Is free trade between the United States and the rest of the world a thing of the past now that higher tariffs on selected imports are looming? Here's a collection of DW articles and videos dealing with this topic.
The Aspen Institute's two-day conference on artificial intelligence raised several interesting points. Among them was a need to energize the public — and German investors — on the benefits of AI.
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