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By Dalia Marin - Feb 07,2023
MUNICH  —  A few months ago, Germany was bracing for a harsh winter. After Russia cut off Europe’s natural-gas supply and prices more than doubled, German officials warned of power outages and rolling blackouts.
By Dalia Marin - Nov 26,2022
MUNICH  —  The recent elections in Sweden and Italy have shown that right-wing populism remains on the rise across Europe.
By Dalia Marin - Oct 09,2022
MUNICH — On February 27, three days after Russia invaded Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stood before a special session of the Bundestag and declared the invasion a “turning point” (Zeitenwende) in German history.
By Dalia Marin - Jun 16,2022
MUNICH — Will Germany’s economic model survive Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine?
By Dalia Marin - Apr 16,2022
MUNICH — Since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine, the German government has been under mounting pressure to join a proposed European embargo on Russian energy.
By Dalia Marin - Jan 08,2022
MUNICH — In November, the US industrial powerhouse General Electric (GE) announced that it would split into three companies. The Japanese conglomerate Toshiba and health-care giant Johnson & Johnson have since announced similar plans.
By Dalia Marin - Nov 07,2021
MUNICH — Inflation seems to be on everyone’s mind nowadays. The debate usually centres on whether America’s massive monetary and fiscal stimulus will de-anchor inflation expectations and cause prices to spin out of control.
By Dalia Marin - Oct 02,2021
MUNIUCH — Olaf Scholz and the Social Democrats came out on top in Germany’s federal election with 25.7 per cent of the vote, narrowly edging out outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), w
By Dalia Marin - Jul 28,2021
MUNICH — Automobile and electronics manufacturers worldwide have recently had to reduce output because a severe drought in Taiwan has hit the island’s production of semiconductors.
By Dalia Marin - Jun 21,2021
MUNICH — Globalisation encourages innovation, or so the conventional wisdom goes. But emerging evidence suggests that this assumption, like so many economic shibboleths, must be rethought.The conventional wisdom is based on a 1991 study by Gene M.



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