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  1. BDI lobby group opposes end of 'patent box' tax breaks

    01.24 / 16:28 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Germany's BDI industry group has come out against a government plan to unilaterally close so-called 'patent box' tax loopholes used by foreign companies to avoid paying full taxes on profits earned in…
  2. Can Europe exploit Trump's protectionism?

    01.24 / 16:08 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel says that Europe can and should step in and fill the gaps left by Donald Trump's trade policies. The focus is on the Pacific and Asia, including China and…
  3. Samsung profit leap despite 'galactic explosion'

    01.24 / 07:59 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Samsung Electronics has reported a steep rise in both operating profit and net earnings for the final quarter of last year. The strong results came as the firm battled with the aftermath of its Galaxy Note 7…
  4. China's online population growing fast

    01.23 / 08:18 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    The number of internet users in China has been rising by leaps and bounds. Those online in the world's second-largest economy equal the entire population of Europe, with e-commerce the main driver of…
  5. China's Tsinghua to build $30 billion chip factory

    01.20 / 11:28 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    China's largest chip maker has announced it has secured state backing for a new semiconductor factory in the city of Nanjing, which is intended to reduce China's dependence on foreign chip…
  6. China GDP slows as growth risks mount

    01.20 / 10:27 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    In 2016, China recorded its slowest rate of growth in more than a quarter of a century, as the world's second largest economy struggles to restructure amid explosive growth in debt and fears of…
  7. Davos: The crisis of the middle class

    01.19 / 14:43 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    After populist politicians have been gaining ground throughout the industrialized world, the message has also arrived in Davos: There has to be a change in globalization. But…
  8. ECB keeps eurozone stimulus tap open

    01.19 / 13:02 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Despite eurozone growth and inflation slowly picking up pace, the European Central Bank has chosen to retain its ultra-loose monetary policy, arguing it is still needed to keep the recovery on…
  9. VW's ex-CEO grilled over Dieselgate

    01.19 / 11:40 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn has told a parliamentary inquiry that he didn't new of the carmaker's emissions cheating before the scam broke. He stands accused of colluding to cover up the…
  10. WEF discusses gender equality

    01.19 / 11:20 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Female leaders steer big corporations and major economies. But at the World Economic Forum they are still grossly underrepresented, with only 20 percent of participants being women, reports Manuela…
  11. May wants 'bold and ambitious' trade deal with EU

    01.19 / 10:39 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    British Prime Minister Theresa May has said her country is facing a period of momentous change following its decision to leave the EU, with Britain seeking to forge a new role in the…
  12. Davos: The common ground of Trump and Xi

    01.17 / 18:23 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Donald Trump is dominating the World Economic Forum - and he's not even there. It has been up to Chinese president Xi Jinping to relax the atmosphere in…
  13. Biggest listed tobacco company in the making

    01.17 / 08:54 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    British American Tobacco has said it's acquiring US rival Reynolds to form the largest listed tobacco company in the world. The takeover terms were agreed after BAT nudged up an earlier offer to merge the two…
  14. Davos 2017: The great uncertainty

    01.16 / 18:41 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Once again, the global elite is meeting at the World Economic Forum in Davos. But the climate is different this time as US President-elect Donald Trump dominates the meeting - without even being…
  15. South Sudan president sacks central bank chief

    01.15 / 07:55 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    President Salva Kiir has sacked the central bank governor a week after a Swiss firm offered to bail out the nascent state's empty coffers. If it goes ahead the loan would damage US efforts to isolate the Juba…
  16. Iran receives first Airbus jetliner

    01.12 / 18:05 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    The first of 200 Airbus planes bought by Tehran after sanctions were lifted by the West has arrived in Iran. Despite billions worth of contracts, opposition remains to the controversial deal that opened trade…
  17. German data storage laws 'threaten free trade'

    01.12 / 17:04 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Germany's data storage laws are comparable to those of Russia and China, according to a top US tech think tank. Forcing companies to store data locally hinders the global digital economy, the ITIF…
  18. US ethics chief wary of Trump's conflics of interests

    01.12 / 07:36 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    The head of the US ethics agency has criticized Donald Trump's plan to maintain his business empire by turning it over to his sons. He said selling his assets to a blind trust would have been the best…
  19. Global Risk Report warns of polarized societies

    01.11 / 10:23 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Populism and increasingly divided societies top the list of global risks compiled in a report ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in mid-January as an anti-establishment backlash is in full…
  20. Lufthansa can't keep up with Ryanair

    01.10 / 21:16 www.dw.de Dw.de - Finance
    Germany's largest airline is no longer Europe's largest. Modest growth in passenger numbers was not enough to fend off the fast-expanding Irish budget…