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World 30 Jan 2021 | 1:31 AM

German shares lose 1.71 pct Friday

FRANKFURT, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- German shares lost on Friday, with the benchmark DAX index down 233.06 points, or 1.71 percent, to close at 13,432.87 points.

World 02 Feb 2021 | 1:31 AM

German shares close up 1.41 pct Monday

FRANKFURT, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- German stocks rose on Monday, with the benchmark DAX index up 189.15 points, or 1.41 percent, to close at 13,622.02 points.

World 03 Feb 2021 | 1:42 AM

German shares gain 1.56 pct Tuesday

FRANKFURT, Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- German stocks rose on Tuesday, with the benchmark DAX index up 213.14 points, or 1.56 percent, to close at 13,835.16 points.

World 11 Oct 2018 | 4:59 PM

Behind Bavaria's harsh rhetoric, schools offer migrants warm welcome

WEIDEN, Germany (Reuters) - Omar Alnifawi was 16 when he fled Syria's civil war with his family. After four years working menial jobs in Lebanon to help pay for their journey on to Europe, he had given up on ever going back to school.

World 02 Feb 2018 | 8:10 PM

Germany's would-be coalition partners aim to abolish air transport tax

BERLIN (Reuters) - Negotiators for a new grand coalition between Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and Germany's Social Democrats plan to progressively abolish the country's air transport tax, according to a working paper seen by Reuters on Friday.

World 06 Nov 2016 | 5:31 PM

German firms hone tools to defuse demographic time bomb

WUPPERTAL, Germany (Reuters) - For more than 130 years, Knipex, a family-owned company in western Germany, has made pliers for craftsmen around the world. Recently it has developed a different set of tools to help it cope with an ageing workforce and skilled labour shortage.

World 21 Sep 2016 | 8:34 PM

German government alarmed by rising xenophobia in east

BERLIN (Reuters) - Xenophobia is rising in the ex-communist east of Germany and risks tarnishing its reputation as a place to do business, the government said on Wednesday as it published its annual report on the state of German unification.

World 13 Aug 2016 | 9:16 PM

Merkel to urge chiefs of big companies to hire refugees, Bild reports

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel has invited executives from some of Germany's biggest listed companies to attend a summit next month where she will urge them to hire more refugees, the newspaper Bild reported on Saturday.