Worldwide "Made in Germany" has long been synonymous with quality, and this year was no exception. As the export industry continues to run at full steam, the euro crisis still has not kept up with the Germans.
A top representative of Germany's arms industry says production may have to be moved abroad in the face of dwindling domestic sales and export restrictions. Thousands of jobs could be at risk.
As Germany's Social Democrats meet to find a common line on TTIP, noted globalization scholar Saskia Sassen tells DW why we are witnessing a rise in trade agreements and who stands to benefit from them.
Germany exported over 100 billion euros in goods and services during the month of July on the back of strong demand from its European neighbors. It was the highest-ever figure for a single month.
Myanmar's economic growth could push per capita income to nearly 5,000 USD by 2030 if more is invested in human capital and infrastructure, a new report finds. But there are major constraints, as Cyn-Young Park tells DW.
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