Economic growth and prosperity for all – the social market economy has proved to be a model for success in Germany. This is how the system works.
Are privately-owned cars soon a thing of the past? DW's Klaus Ulrich looks for answers.
Economists have warned that BMW and Daimler could be among the main victims of trade tensions between the US and China.
Start-up rally: international investors impressed by young companies from Germany. Successful start-ups are being established, particularly in Berlin.
An interview with Sanjeev Gandhi, member of the board at BASF, regarding the question of how much the Asia-Pacific region brings the German global player.
From I.D. Buzz to Maybach Cabriolet: These new models are an incentive to switch to electromobility.
Please touch: Gamescom, the largest computer games fair, presents the latest games and invites visitors to try them out. We present three trends.
Over one hundred years ago, a teddy bear from Swabia conquered the world. Fans of this cuddly toy meet at a trade fair in Münster at the end of April.
According to a recent study, goods from Germany and the EU are the most popular worldwide.
Cooperatives have a long history in Germany. But “cooperative companies” can also provide good solutions to current challenges.
Industry 4.0 is generating new Hidden Champions, largely unknown global market leaders.
Berlin sees itself as Germany’s Silicon Valley. Entrepreneurs from France are also increasingly setting up businesses there. Internationalisation is strengthening Berlin’s competitiveness as a business location – and is therefore receiving support.