Munich's Automatica trade fair showcases people-friendly robots.
Saudi Arabia has said foreign investors will soon be allowed access to its massive stock market. The planned deregulation could spur a massive influx of capital into some of the kingdom's biggest companies.
Public debt in the 18-member eurozone soared to a record high in the first quarter of 2014. The embattled economies of southern European nations accounted for much of the increase.
A majority of shareholders of the insolvent German wind farm operator Prokon have voted in favor of a restructuring plan that could see creditors recoup at least some of their original investment.
Federal and state authorities in Germany have watched their tax revenues rise steadily as of late and the month of June was no exception. The Finance Ministry reported the domestic labor market was "gratifyingly robust."
Aldi co-founder Karl Albrecht has died at the age of 94. The billionaire discount supermarket tycoon was believed to be the richest person in Germany.
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