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Chancellor signals willingness to compromise after talks with Macron in Berlin
A gap emerges in the paper trail that links Germany's biggest bank to its largest shareholder.
Settlement follows series of strikes and may help ECB campaign to raise inflation
The IMK is bearish on Germany, and the Telegraph is enthralled.
Tyremaker Continental is now looking elsewhere for its supply, including at dandelions
The reality is that Paris and Berlin are no longer natural allies
Harsh words from political leaders in Berlin reflect diminished corporate relationship
Project nears completion, almost a decade late and regarded as national joke
The Hanseatic League will struggle to win support from Germany
New government argues over refugees, law and order and future of German welfare state
Remarks suggest a hardening of German position to €9.5bn infrastructure project
Investors’ patience with corporate Germany’s great survivor will soon wear thin
Exports fell by most since August 2015
Election highlights growing appeal of xenophobic nationalism to working class
German sportswear brand ramps up investment as it looks to click with consumers
Driver kills himself after collision near statue in historic old town of Münster
Drop in wide-ranging gauge bolsters worries of growth slowdown
Concerns over impact of tariffs on their exports between the 2 countries
German court might yet send Puigdemont home over embezzlement allegation
Limited liability is a privilege, not a right, so it should come with more obligations.