As a signatory to both the NAFTA and CETA trade deals, Canada is well positioned to function as a gateway for trans-Atlantic trade and investment, write two leading consultants.
Donald Trump is threatening to levy punitive steel tariffs. This could spell disaster for the European steel industry – and German companies in particular.
On July 3, 1866, the Prussian conquest of Germany was sealed. James Hawes ponders the ancient – and timeless – differences between the country’s east and west. His tale has a happy ending.
Critics should choose their words carefully when reviewing the Riani show at Berlin Fashion Week next Tuesday. One of the label's most important models? A world champion kickboxer.
Sephora’s return to Germany will have more than cosmetic effects on its rivals.
Salons have long served as places of intellectual exchange and played a key role in disseminating enlightenment ideals. In Berlin, they are still in vogue.
Not many German banks are ready to finance deals with Iranian companies, and not many Iranian banks have been able to operate in Germany, but that could be changing.
The shares of German sugar giant Südzucker are coming under pressure ahead of the removal of EU sugar quotas in September. But some analysts say the company's long-term outlook is good.
The next federal government must launch an investment drive by the public and private sectors, writes the head of Germany's chamber of commerce.
Since its founding in 1955, Germany’s military, the Bundeswehr, has never quite shaken off the spirit of the Wehrmacht. Why is that?