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German wages to rise but restraint still rules

01 Feb 2012

BERLIN Bolstered by firm trade union coordination, paychecks in Germany will rise more this year than last, but not at the expense of the country's famed wage restraint and competitive edge.

UK musical to lampoon euro in currency's heartland

27 Jan 2012

BERLIN Europe's top politicians and policymakers will need an extra-thick skin this Friday when an irreverent musical turns up on the doorstep to thumb its nose at the embattled euro.

UK musical to lampoon euro in currency's heartland

26 Jan 2012

BERLIN Europe's top politicians and policymakers will need an extra-thick skin this Friday when an irreverent musical turns up on the doorstep to thumb its nose at the embattled euro.

German consumer morale hits 10-month high going into Feb

26 Jan 2012

BERLIN German consumer morale rose unexpectedly to a 10-month high going into February, a survey showed on Thursday, in the latest sign that consumption may support Europe's biggest economy through uncertain times.

German consumer morale hits 10-month high going into Feb

26 Jan 2012

BERLIN, Jan 26 German consumer morale rose unexpectedly to a 10-month high going into February, a survey showed on Thursday, in the latest sign that consumption may support Europe's biggest economy through uncertain times.

Merkel vows faster eurozone reform after S&P downgrades

16 Jan 2012

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.

Merkel vows faster eurozone reform after S&P downgrades

15 Jan 2012

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.

Merkel vows faster eurozone reform after downgrades

15 Jan 2012

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.

Merkel vows faster eurozone reform after S&P downgrades

15 Jan 2012

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.

Merkel vows faster eurozone reform after downgrades

14 Jan 2012

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.

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