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Germany Lifts Its Uber Ban—for Now

Uber has beaten back its first-ever nationwide ban and will now be allowed to operate its low-income service, UberPOP, in Germany. The court decision issued Tuesday is a victory for Uber, of course, but it also won't have an immediate impact since ... BusinessWeek, 1 week ago

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ECB's Coeure Wants Germany to Cut Income Tax to Help Boost Eurozone Economy

By Friedrich Geiger BERLIN--European Central Bank executive board member Benoit Coeure wants Germany to reduce taxes on wages as a means of boosting the eurozone economy. "Germany could make use of its existing leeway to promote investment and ...
 4 Traders4 days ago
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Germany's Schaeuble - could consider tax breaks for R&D firms

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble would consider granting tax breaks to companies for income generated from patented or licenced research as long as uniform rules are put in place to prevent unfair competition for foreign investment. The ...
 4 Traders6 days ago Germany's Schaeuble: could consider tax breaks for R&D firms  Reuters6 days ago
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Where and for Which Products do Germans Have the Most Disposable Income?

Germans devote the largest share of their retail purchasing power to food items, home improvement and clothing. The 2014 GfK study on regional purchasing power for retail product lines reveals significant regional variations in these values for ...
 SpatialNews6 hours ago

Federalism may work in Germany but not in UK

by Jochen Hung In yesterday's Observer, Andrew Rawnsley bemoaned the fact that the British helped to give Germany a federal constitution, but have not yet been able to give one to themselves. Federalism seems to be working out for Germany so ...
 Qatar Peninsula4 hours ago

INTERVIEW-New EU antitrust head not swayed by anti-Americanism, bullies

* Incoming EU competition commissioner pledges fair play * Warns against chauvinistic "anti-Americanism" * EU firms should not be "cushioned" against global rivals * Won't be swayed by politicians, businesses who shout loudest BRUSSELS, ...
 CNBC9 hours ago New EU antitrust head not swayed by anti-Americanism, bullies  Reuters India7 hours ago
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German Financial Supervision: Enforcement Deficits

While the United States imposes a billion penalties after another, we let banks get away easily, although they have caused massive economic and social damages. Why? In the U.S., hardly a week in summer goes by without a billion new penalties being ...
 Huffington Post9 hours ago

One more reason for the ECB to expand the stimulus?

Germany's government bonds held a two-day advance as euro-area manufacturing growth slowed more this month than economists predicted, strengthening the case for the European Central Bank to expand monetary stimulus. Benchmark 10-year bund yields ...
 Futures11 hours ago German Bonds Hold Advance on Stimulus Bets as Greek Debt Slides  La Repubblica14 hours ago German Bonds Hold Gains on ECB Bets as Greek Debt Slides  BusinessWeek14 hours ago

Karzai's farewell speech: US didn't want peace in Afghanistan

Afghanistan, China, Germany, History, Human rights, India, Iran, Japan, John Kerry, Military, Obama, Pakistan, Politics, Saudi Arabia, Security, Turkey, USA, Violence, War Outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai punctuated on Tuesday his tumultuous ...
 Russia Today11 hours ago

Germany's economic mirage

Germany's economy needs an overhaul. Policymakers should focus on boosting productivity, not competitiveness, with workers being paid their due, writes Philippe Legrain. Philippe Legrain, a visiting senior fellow at the London School of Economics ...
 EurActiv.com12 hours ago Putin leaves Germany's factories in a worse state than anyone imagined  Yahoo! UK and Ireland17 hours ago German private sector growth maintains in September  MyIris18 hours ago German policy has double standards  Irish Examiner23 hours ago
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