Germany’s industrial slump unexpectedly deepened in October amid a steep decline in investment goods, raising concerns that some of the early signs of a manufacturing revival may have already been smothered.
German Ambassador to Iran Michael Klor-Berchtold described the world emanating from the thoughts of Hafez is a poetic world based on friendship and love, saying that the great Persian poet led the German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 200 years ago to reach a milestone in understanding among nations, IRNA reported.
Germany's DIHK Chambers of Industry and Commerce said it expected exports to shrink next year for the first time since the global financial crisis over a decade ago as trade disputes and Brexit uncertainty hit Europe's largest economy.
The German Embassy in Tehran is organizing for a cultural week in the south-central city of Shiraz on the 200th anniversary of publishing the ‘West-östlicher Diwan’ (West–Eastern Diwan) by the German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
A jump in manufacturing fueled a surprise improvement in German industrial production following two months of decline. While good news, the development will do little to alleviate concerns about intensifying trade tensions and waning business confidence, Bloomberg reported.
A modern commercial estate converted from old warehouses and television studios in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers may hold the key to understanding why France’s economy is outperforming Germany, the eurozone’s longstanding powerhouse.
Bernd Erbel, who was recently appointed to head Europe’s trade mechanism with Iran, known as INSTEX, has been reportedly forced to resign after a German newspaper accused Germany's former ambassador to Tehran of supporting “anti-Semitism,” criticizing Israel and supporting Iran’s missile program.