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Porsche first German carmaker to abandon diesel engines
Sports car maker Porsche said Sunday it would become the first German auto giant to abandon the diesel engine, reacting to parent company Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal and urban driving bans.
German growth to hold steady in 2018
Economic growth in Germany will hold steady throughout the remainder of 2018, according to traditional autumn forecasts which were published by leading research institutes in the country.
German carmakers to be hit hard by new US import tariffs
The imposition of new automotive industry tariffs threatened by the United States would hit German carmakers hard, government calculations published by the newspaper Handelsblatt show.
German scientists find Chinese medicine ingredient potential treatment for obesity
German scientists discovered that a herbal ingredient from traditional Chinese medicine showed promising results in weight loss, and the findings were published in the latest edition of the journal ‘Diabetes’.
German farmers struck by drought fear further damage from climate change
In Germany, record temperatures and no rainfall since early April have led to a drought and thousands of farms are facing bankruptcy because of crop failure.
EU trade truce with Trump lifts German business morale
German business morale improved for the first time this year in August as a trade truce between the European Union and United States made company executives less concerned about a transatlantic trade war.
German conservative: Community service would help migrants integrate
Completing a year of community service would improve the integration of refugees into German society and their acceptance by the public, the general secretary of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party said on Saturday.
Drought reveals remains of German 'Atlantis' in lake
A sustained drought in Germany has revealed the ruins of a village abandoned when a large reservoir was created more than 100 years ago.
German chancellor says will hold tough talks with Russian president
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will have tough talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on different issues but that she did not expect her meeting to produce any particular results.
German firms ignore EU appeal, end Iran projects
Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Bahn, two state-owned German companies, are following car manufacturer Daimler and mechanical engineering company Herrenknecht to withdraw from Iran because of US sanctions.
German inflation rate falls slightly to 2% in July
The inflation rate in Germany fell again slightly in July, official figures published by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) showed.
1,600 evacuated, German missing at campsite in France floods
Heavy floods forced the evacuation of 1,600 people — most of them campers — in southern France, officials said.
German industrial orders witness sharp decline in June
Germany's industrial manufacturing sector has witnessed a sharp decline in the number of new orders in June, preliminary figures published by the Federal Statistical Office show.
Iraqi court jails French, German Daesh members for life
An Iraqi court has sentenced a French man and a German woman to life in prison for their membership in the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, some seven months after Baghdad announced that the terror outfit lost all of its urban bastions in the war-ravaged Arab country.
German consumer sentiment unharmed by global trade conflicts
German consumer sentiment held steady in July in spite of growing fears associated with international trade conflicts, according to a monthly consumer sentiment barometer published by the market research institute GfK.

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