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Fintech limited to maximum 70,000 new customers a month in long-running BaFin tussle
Party to join Social Democrats and Greens in negotiations — first such combination in nation’s postwar history
Electric carmaker offers sneak peek inside delayed plant being built in a forest outside Berlin
Social Democrats, Greens and Free Democrats unveil policy paper ahead of formal coalition talks
But research institutes raise outlook for next year to 4.8% from 3.9%
The single currency’s introduction has widened German inequality; reversing that trend is good not only for workers here but across the eurozone, argues Rui Soares.
August decline raises concerns that bloc’s economic rebound may run out of steam
Dearth of drivers blamed on soaring demand, low wages and poor working conditions
A fraying international order requires Berlin to assume more responsibility for European security
Co-leader Jörg Meuthen loses power struggle with hardliners
The German chancellor stands out among democratic heads of government for not becoming complacent or subject to scandal
Longstanding chancellor accused of neglecting CDU and losing support of party’s rightwing
ESG funds should reconsider their exclusion of the technology if we are to reduce our carbon emissions
Departure would come after party’s worst election result and as rivals start coalition talks
Two rivals who became kingmakers are both eyeing Berlin’s finance ministry
Social Democrat starts three-way talks to bridge divisions with Free Democrats and Greens
Greens and liberals willing to explore deal with election winner Scholz that would shut out Merkel’s CDU
Two books written by Germans assess the final days of the Third Reich — and the rebuilding of a newly divided nation
Centre-left is in coalition talks in Germany and Nordics but fails to attract young voters
Lessons learnt from its 20th century history have helped it to avoid the perils of populism
Traditionally dominant SPD and CDU must woo Greens and liberals to form next government
BaFin acts after Frankfurt-listed IT company misses 2020 guidance by large margin
Large numbers of under-25s deserted the once dominant SPD and CDU in Germany’s election
Economists fear further spiralling increases as 13-year high of 3.4% reached in September
Centre-left parties across the continent are studying the SPD playbook for tips