Environment: Germany aims for carbon-neutral steel by 2050

Environment: Germany aims for carbon-neutral steel by 2050

Germany on Wednesday pledged to help its steel industry become carbon neutral by 2050, as the coronavirus pandemic squeezes a sector already in a prolonged crisis.

Germany orders first local lockdown after new coronavirus outbreak

Germany orders first local lockdown after new coronavirus outbreak

More than 1,300 workers test positive: Germany fights to control coronavirus spread at meat plant

More than 1,300 workers test positive: Germany fights to control coronavirus spread at meat plant

Cheap meat called into question after large coronavirus outbreak at German slaughterhouse

Cheap meat called into question after large coronavirus outbreak at German slaughterhouse

Germany divided over new coronavirus stimulus package

Germany divided over new coronavirus stimulus package

More businesses founded than failed in 2009

More businesses founded than failed in 2009

Union demands €100bn stimulus investment

Union demands €100bn stimulus investment

US should take Germany as example, says Obama advisor

US should take Germany as example, says Obama advisor

Dubai crisis set to hit German industry

Dubai crisis set to hit German industry

Update: New coronavirus outbreak at meat processing plant sparks concern across Germany

Update: New coronavirus outbreak at meat processing plant sparks concern across Germany

Coronavirus: Daimler to restart German factories from April 20th

Coronavirus: Daimler to restart German factories from April 20th

Coronavirus: German industry fears ‘longest recession’ since reunification

Coronavirus: German industry fears ‘longest recession’ since reunification

Germany slaps Bosch with huge fine over ‘dieselgate’ role

Germany slaps Bosch with huge fine over ‘dieselgate’ role

Germany promises billions to offset coal job losses

Germany promises billions to offset coal job losses

‘Coal, beer, football’: German clubs honour last mine

‘Coal, beer, football’: German clubs honour last mine

With eye on China, Germany toughens rules for foreign takeovers

With eye on China, Germany toughens rules for foreign takeovers

German carmakers to hold talks with Trump over tariffs

German carmakers to hold talks with Trump over tariffs

German car parts maker to shut UK sites, citing Brexit

German car parts maker to shut UK sites, citing Brexit

BMW recalls more than 1 million cars over exhaust system fire risk

BMW recalls more than 1 million cars over exhaust system fire risk

German industrial giant ThyssenKrupp faces ‘aggressive restructuring’ after bosses quit

German industrial giant ThyssenKrupp faces ‘aggressive restructuring’ after bosses quit

Brexit deadline for firms next week, German industry warns

Brexit deadline for firms next week, German industry warns

‘The risk is real’: protectionist threats cloud German industry’s sunny outlook

‘The risk is real’: protectionist threats cloud German industry’s sunny outlook

German economic growth will remain constant or speed up in 2018: analysts

German economic growth will remain constant or speed up in 2018: analysts

Strikes loom as talks between metal workers’ union and industry break down

Strikes loom as talks between metal workers’ union and industry break down

Two die in accident at gravel pit in western Germany

Two die in accident at gravel pit in western Germany

German economy growing even faster than predicted

German economy growing even faster than predicted

Prepare for ‘very hard Brexit’, German industry leader warns

Prepare for ‘very hard Brexit’, German industry leader warns

German business leaders have never been so confident about the future, survey shows

German business leaders have never been so confident about the future, survey shows

Volkswagen returns to Iran after 17-year absence

Volkswagen returns to Iran after 17-year absence

Merkel rallies German industry to take tough line on Brexit

Merkel rallies German industry to take tough line on Brexit

VW given green light to seize car parts from supplier

VW given green light to seize car parts from supplier

Fraudsters steal €40 million from German car parts maker

Fraudsters steal €40 million from German car parts maker

German jobless count falls below 2 million

German jobless count falls below 2 million

Germany must lead in innovation: experts

Germany must lead in innovation: experts

Cheap oil and sanctions slash Russia trade by 1/3

Cheap oil and sanctions slash Russia trade by 1/3

German industry’s mood undented by VW scandal

German industry’s mood undented by VW scandal

Just how important are cars to the Germans?

Just how important are cars to the Germans?

BMW may have rights to Google’s new name

BMW may have rights to Google’s new name

Industrial production stagnates in May

Industrial production stagnates in May

Young Euro engineers want work in Germany

Young Euro engineers want work in Germany

Trade surplus and industrial output slip

Trade surplus and industrial output slip

Modi vaunts India at world’s biggest trade fair

Modi vaunts India at world’s biggest trade fair

German factory orders slump in November

German factory orders slump in November

How rocky is Germany’s economy?

How rocky is Germany’s economy?

Dyson picks fight with German industry

Dyson picks fight with German industry

1 in 4 plagiarized tech goods made in Germany

1 in 4 plagiarized tech goods made in Germany

Volkswagen offers €6.7bn to snap up Scania

Volkswagen offers €6.7bn to snap up Scania

Mootube: Milk farmers make a splash online

Mootube: Milk farmers make a splash online

German cheap meat diet proves risky

German cheap meat diet proves risky

German trade surplus widened in August

German trade surplus widened in August

Siemens to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide

Siemens to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide

Uncertainty drives down new car sales

Uncertainty drives down new car sales

Builders see slow thaw after winter freeze

Builders see slow thaw after winter freeze

Key German exports eclipsed by China

Key German exports eclipsed by China

Outlook brightens as German trade picks up

Outlook brightens as German trade picks up

BASF to invest €10 bln in Asia-Pacific region

BASF to invest €10 bln in Asia-Pacific region

Anaemic economy feels winter chill

Anaemic economy feels winter chill

ThyssenKrupp bins 3,000 admin jobs

ThyssenKrupp bins 3,000 admin jobs

Pay deal for metal workers averts strike

Pay deal for metal workers averts strike

50,000 metalworkers strike for more pay

50,000 metalworkers strike for more pay

Fading confidence fuels ECB rate cut talk

Fading confidence fuels ECB rate cut talk

Amnesty deal for ThyssenKrupp workers

Amnesty deal for ThyssenKrupp workers

Stronger factory orders offer ‘rays of sunshine’

Stronger factory orders offer ‘rays of sunshine’

Metal workers enter huge warning strikes

Metal workers enter huge warning strikes

German ‘wise men’ slash growth forecast

German ‘wise men’ slash growth forecast

German business confidence sours

German business confidence sours

China’s export prowess needs German imports

China’s export prowess needs German imports

Industry experts excited for export boost

Industry experts excited for export boost

Business confidence hits 10-month high

Business confidence hits 10-month high

German economy set for rebound after contraction

German economy set for rebound after contraction

Steel demand slumps, ThyssenKrupp suffers

Steel demand slumps, ThyssenKrupp suffers

ThyssenKrupp to axe 2,000 European steel jobs

ThyssenKrupp to axe 2,000 European steel jobs

German trade surplus hits five-year high

German trade surplus hits five-year high

Metalworkers’ union pushes for pay rise

Metalworkers’ union pushes for pay rise

Siemens earnings and orders dip in first quarter

Siemens earnings and orders dip in first quarter

Prospects for German economy brightening

Prospects for German economy brightening

ThyssenKrupp halves pay after losses

ThyssenKrupp halves pay after losses

GM head: Opel in for two troubled years

GM head: Opel in for two troubled years

ThyssenKrupp paid for plush trade unionist trips

ThyssenKrupp paid for plush trade unionist trips

Industry bounces back slightly amid weak Q4

Industry bounces back slightly amid weak Q4

ThyssenKrupp completes stainless steel unit sale

ThyssenKrupp completes stainless steel unit sale

VW’s record sales cannot overtake Toyota

VW’s record sales cannot overtake Toyota

Deutsche Bahn sues steel giants over cartel

Deutsche Bahn sues steel giants over cartel

Buoyant business confidence rises again

Buoyant business confidence rises again

Merkel advisors: we’re missing energy targets

Merkel advisors: we’re missing energy targets

ThyssenKrupp posts massive €4.7 billion loss

ThyssenKrupp posts massive €4.7 billion loss

Bochum Opel plant set to close after 2016

Bochum Opel plant set to close after 2016

Bundesbank sees economy shrinking

Bundesbank sees economy shrinking

Economy facing temporary slowdown

Economy facing temporary slowdown

Industrial orders jump on foreign demand

Industrial orders jump on foreign demand

Germany still supports foreign nuclear power

Germany still supports foreign nuclear power

Belgian Ford workers storm Cologne factory

Belgian Ford workers storm Cologne factory

Top German truck maker suspends production

Top German truck maker suspends production

‘The UK makes things too, it’s not just finance’

‘The UK makes things too, it’s not just finance’

Lowest German exports for three years

Lowest German exports for three years

Restructuring expert takes the wheel at Opel

Restructuring expert takes the wheel at Opel

BMW, Porsche ‘quality drops’ as US sales soar

BMW, Porsche ‘quality drops’ as US sales soar

ThyssenKrupp fined €103 million for price-fixing

ThyssenKrupp fined €103 million for price-fixing

Drop in foreign demand hits industrial orders

Drop in foreign demand hits industrial orders

Expanding electric grid to cost €20 billion

Expanding electric grid to cost €20 billion

Chemical plant explosion brakes car makers

Chemical plant explosion brakes car makers

Miner killed in poisonous gas leak

Miner killed in poisonous gas leak

Chemical blast claims second victim

Chemical blast claims second victim

Carmakers fill boots after record year

Carmakers fill boots after record year

German industry rebounds into 2012

German industry rebounds into 2012

Siemens to forgive Greek debt amid bribery deal

Siemens to forgive Greek debt amid bribery deal

Stingy banks prod firms to tap bond market

Stingy banks prod firms to tap bond market

Daimler books record €6-billion profit

Daimler books record €6-billion profit

GM threatens major job cuts at Opel

GM threatens major job cuts at Opel

ThyssenKrupp sells stainless steel business

ThyssenKrupp sells stainless steel business

Industrial orders rise amid eurozone gloom

Industrial orders rise amid eurozone gloom

China’s Sany to buy Putzmeister

China’s Sany to buy Putzmeister

Business confidence gets early 2012 boost

Business confidence gets early 2012 boost

Bosch makes billion-dollar US acquisition

Bosch makes billion-dollar US acquisition

Siemens suffers profit collapse

Siemens suffers profit collapse

Tighter ‘Made in Germany’ rules criticised

Tighter ‘Made in Germany’ rules criticised

German firm sold cheap boob silicone

German firm sold cheap boob silicone

Investors sue Porsche over failed VW merger

Investors sue Porsche over failed VW merger

Eurozone deal boosts investor confidence

Eurozone deal boosts investor confidence

ThyssenKrupp sells shipyards business

ThyssenKrupp sells shipyards business

Economy may contract despite rise in output

Economy may contract despite rise in output

Industrial orders soar despite euro crisis

Industrial orders soar despite euro crisis

ThyssenKrupp books huge stainless steel hit

ThyssenKrupp books huge stainless steel hit

Germany is Europe’s biggest polluter

Germany is Europe’s biggest polluter

IG Metall forges industrial wage deal

IG Metall forges industrial wage deal

Trade surplus hits 3-year high on record exports

Trade surplus hits 3-year high on record exports

Economy spluttering as industrial output slumps

Economy spluttering as industrial output slumps

Business confidence drops to 14-month low

Business confidence drops to 14-month low

Rösler plans special investment for Greece

Rösler plans special investment for Greece

Business confidence posts surprise rise

Business confidence posts surprise rise

Industry frets about nuclear energy phaseout

Industry frets about nuclear energy phaseout

Big business makes plea to ‘save the euro’

Big business makes plea to ‘save the euro’

Top 500 firms book stellar sales amid boom

Top 500 firms book stellar sales amid boom

Industrial orders rebound

Industrial orders rebound

Women more likely to manage small companies

Women more likely to manage small companies

Tognum accepts takeover offer from Daimler and Rolls-Royce

Tognum accepts takeover offer from Daimler and Rolls-Royce

Economy firing on all cylinders in first quarter

Economy firing on all cylinders in first quarter

Booming economy to hit pre-crisis levels

Booming economy to hit pre-crisis levels

Wulff cancels ThyssenKrupp trip after hearing of job losses

Wulff cancels ThyssenKrupp trip after hearing of job losses

Industry blasts Merkel’s ‘disorientated’ coalition

Industry blasts Merkel’s ‘disorientated’ coalition

Business confidence takes another dip

Business confidence takes another dip

Daimler and Rolls-Royce unveil new joint venture

Daimler and Rolls-Royce unveil new joint venture

Business confidence hits new record high

Business confidence hits new record high

Harsh winter hits growth

Harsh winter hits growth

Siemens ready to spend billions on takeovers

Siemens ready to spend billions on takeovers

Metal and electrical industries expect 50,000 new jobs in 2011

Metal and electrical industries expect 50,000 new jobs in 2011

Economy grows record 3.6 percent in 2010

Economy grows record 3.6 percent in 2010

Germany urges China to change rare metals policy

Germany urges China to change rare metals policy

Industrial orders jump 5.2 percent

Industrial orders jump 5.2 percent

Construction industry continues to shrink

Construction industry continues to shrink

Strong output heralds record growth

Strong output heralds record growth

Industrial orders gain on domestic demand

Industrial orders gain on domestic demand

Biggest German-built cruise ship completed

Biggest German-built cruise ship completed

VW records strong profits

VW records strong profits

Germany changes rare minerals strategy over China spat

Germany changes rare minerals strategy over China spat

Smokers to pay for industry tax breaks

Smokers to pay for industry tax breaks

ThyssenKrupp abandons Iran

ThyssenKrupp abandons Iran

Steelworkers strike

Steelworkers strike

Metal workers to strike

Metal workers to strike

Key figure in 1980s Flick corruption affair commits suicide with wife

Key figure in 1980s Flick corruption affair commits suicide with wife

Industry orders post sharp decline

Industry orders post sharp decline

IG Metall demands six percent wage hike

IG Metall demands six percent wage hike

Business groups want holidays cut for growth

Business groups want holidays cut for growth

Bundesbank sees 3 percent growth in 2010

Bundesbank sees 3 percent growth in 2010

Immigrant entrepreneurs to create 150,000 jobs in 2010

Immigrant entrepreneurs to create 150,000 jobs in 2010

Bundesbank hikes 2010 growth forecast

Bundesbank hikes 2010 growth forecast

Germany ranked best for business in Europe

Germany ranked best for business in Europe

Russia, China engaging in industrial espionage

Russia, China engaging in industrial espionage

University graduates pick Audi as best place to work

University graduates pick Audi as best place to work

Industrial output soars

Industrial output soars

Industrial orders surge as economy rebounds

Industrial orders surge as economy rebounds

Top exec salaries remain high despite crisis

Top exec salaries remain high despite crisis

Business groups blast sluggish pace of reform

Business groups blast sluggish pace of reform

Business confidence buoyant for 2010

Business confidence buoyant for 2010

MAN industrial group posts 2009 loss

MAN industrial group posts 2009 loss

Metal employers’ group slams wage claim

Metal employers’ group slams wage claim

Siemens unveils ‘green’ investment in India

Siemens unveils ‘green’ investment in India

Siemens to eliminate nearly 2,000 jobs

Siemens to eliminate nearly 2,000 jobs

GE boss looks to Germany as role model

GE boss looks to Germany as role model

Labour crunch likely to follow recession

Labour crunch likely to follow recession

10,000 skilled labour traineeships go unfilled

10,000 skilled labour traineeships go unfilled

German economy unexpectedly grows in second quarter

German economy unexpectedly grows in second quarter

Industry targets immigrants for skilled labour training

Industry targets immigrants for skilled labour training

Key union turns its back on flailing SPD

Key union turns its back on flailing SPD

VW and Porsche to hold simultaneous board meetings

VW and Porsche to hold simultaneous board meetings

Ground collapse forces home evacuation

Ground collapse forces home evacuation

German industrial output jumps 3.7 percent

German industrial output jumps 3.7 percent

BASF leaks 10 tonnes of stinging chemical into the Rhine

BASF leaks 10 tonnes of stinging chemical into the Rhine

Steel and iron production plummets to below 50 percent

Steel and iron production plummets to below 50 percent

German industrial output numbers a reason to hope

German industrial output numbers a reason to hope

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Siemens posts strong Q1 but cuts forecast

Germany expecting economic slump despite improving sentiment

Germany expecting economic slump despite improving sentiment

Industrial output decline slowed in February

Industrial output decline slowed in February

Study says rare high-tech metals creating international problems

Study says rare high-tech metals creating international problems

11 million German jobs vulnerable to outsourcing

11 million German jobs vulnerable to outsourcing

Steelworkers union reaches an agreement in wage dispute

Steelworkers union reaches an agreement in wage dispute

Heidelberger printing to nix another 2,500 jobs

Heidelberger printing to nix another 2,500 jobs

ThyssenKrupp cutting more jobs than expected

ThyssenKrupp cutting more jobs than expected

Machine tool orders continue plunge

Machine tool orders continue plunge

Chemicals giant BASF warns of dire 2009

Chemicals giant BASF warns of dire 2009

Auto parts family Schaeffler worked with Nazis

Auto parts family Schaeffler worked with Nazis

Berlin ready to help Opel survive

Berlin ready to help Opel survive

BASF warns of job cuts

BASF warns of job cuts

Machinery sector to shed 25,000 jobs

Machinery sector to shed 25,000 jobs

Siemens to take former directors’ stock options

Siemens to take former directors’ stock options

Steel giant ArcelorMittal to cut thousands of jobs

Steel giant ArcelorMittal to cut thousands of jobs

Experts predict 215,000 lost jobs next year

Experts predict 215,000 lost jobs next year

IG Metall wage deal averts massive strike

IG Metall wage deal averts massive strike

Industrial federation says crisis creates credit problems

Industrial federation says crisis creates credit problems

IG Metall begins key wage negotiations

IG Metall begins key wage negotiations

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Greek telecom reportedly suing for Siemens slush fund secrets

Ex-Siemens director convicted in corruption scandal

Ex-Siemens director convicted in corruption scandal

Industry says oil price a danger to German economy

Industry says oil price a danger to German economy

Chinese and Russian industrial spying widespread in Germany

Chinese and Russian industrial spying widespread in Germany

Metal industry booming in Germany

Metal industry booming in Germany

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Euro hits new high against dollar

VW’s Spanish car unit Seat eyeing China market

VW’s Spanish car unit Seat eyeing China market

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German industrial orders drop 1.5 percent