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Government source: Germany to halve 2019 growth forecast
The German government is set to halve its 2019 growth forecast for Europe’s biggest economy, a government source told Reuters on Friday, reflecting a worsening slowdown linked to a recession in the manufacturing sector.
Pence slams Germany’s unacceptable Russia ties, NATO spending
US Vice President Mike Pence has blasted as “unacceptable” Germany’s dependence on Russian energy and its failure to meet its military spending commitments as a key member of the NATO military alliance.
Envoy: Germany to send 40 boats to aid Iran's flood-hit areas
German Ambassador to Tehran said that his country will provide Iranian flood-stricken people with humanitarian aids including 40 boats.
Germany extends ban on Saudi arms sale by 6 months despite France, UK criticism
Germany has extended its ban on all arms exports to Saudi Arabia for a further six months, in a move which drew criticism from fellow European arms exporters, including France and Britain.
Germany warns of medical products shortage if Brexit chaotic: paper
Germany could face shortages of medical products by mid-April if Britain makes a chaotic withdrawal from the European Union, German business daily Handelsblatt said on Thursday, citing a letter by Health Minister Jens Spahn to the EU Commission.
Merkel: Germany will meet pledge to spend 1.5 percent of GDP on defense by 2024
Germany will meet the obligation it has made to NATO allies to spend 1.5 percent of economic output on defense by 2024, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday.
Germany's oil, gas output falls 3% in 2018
Germany produced 10.3 million tons of oil and 26.1 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas in 2018, both down three percent year-on-year, industry association BVEG data showed on Tuesday.
Germany refuses to blacklist Hezbollah
Germany will not follow Britain’s lead in declaring Lebanon’s Hezbollah a terrorist organization, a senior official said on Friday.
Germany extending Saudi arms freeze to end of March
Germany said on Wednesday it would extend until the end of March a unilateral halt on arms shipments to Saudi Arabia imposed due to concerns about its role in Yemen’s war and the killing of a journalist, stretching the embargo beyond a March 9 deadline.
Finance minister: Germany to escape recession
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said he expected Germany to escape recession, pointing to a subdued but upward trend in its and Europe’s economies.
Britain urges Germany to ease curbs on arms sales to Saudi
Britain’s top diplomat has urged Germany to relax its ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia because they are affecting UK sales of weapons to – and by extension its influence with – the oil-rich kingdom.
Germany tops Japan with world's largest current account surplus in 2018: Ifo
Germany’s current account surplus shrank but remained by far the world’s largest last year due to strong exports, according to data from the Ifo institute on Tuesday that is likely to renew criticism of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s fiscal policies.
German economy may only grow 0.7 percent in 2019 if exports to Britain fall: DIHK
The German economy may only grow by 0.7 percent this year if exports to Britain drop by 10 percent and if there is additional turbulence on capital markets, it may only expand by around 0.5 percent, the DIHK Chambers of Industry and Commerce said.
Envoy: Germany to boost economic ties with Iran despite US sanctions
The German ambassador to Tehran Wednesday said his country will continue to expand economic relations with Iran regardless of US anti-Iran sanctions.

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