After opening up 40 years ago, China has become one of the world’s great stories of economic and social advance.
France's Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire has brought forward the introduction of a tax on internet companies.
As the UN climate conference wraps up, Asia's emission-producing economic powerhouses face pressure to transform.
Years of biting budget cuts have left Greece scarred and many people starving.
Forget hygge. Germany has been commodifying coziness for centuries, says DW's Kate Ferguson.
During the summer, an exceptional heatwave and dry spell wreaked havoc on the crop yields of German farmers.
The EU Commission overreached its authority by making emissions levels for cars and vans less strict, a court ruled.
Environmental activists may have very little in common with Donald Trump, but both are up in arms about a gas pipeline.
Research has shown that corporate insurance claims are typically caused by technical and human factors.
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Europe's top court is looking into whether Germany can go ahead with its plan to introduce a road toll for cars.
Fear of sanctions is demotivating the unemployed from getting a job, a new study aims to show.
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