The German government has set up a unique help desk to give companies support with establishing sustainable supply chains.
This is where you’ll find out more about the policies, institutions, values and goals of a united Europe.
Here you‘ll find Germany‘s most relevant web pages on the job market, labor law, unemployment, further professional training, setting up business and much more.
Germany has adopted a National Action Plan to hold companies accountable. Some firms have already committed themselves in exemplary fashion to protecting human rights.
As one of the end points for China's vast new global trade route, Duisburg is well known to many Chinese businesses.
Why is German industry so successful internationally? Of course, Germany makes good products – but these five factors also play their part.
These portals inform you about the diverse possibilities for cooperation, as well as statistics and facts about German foreign trade.
New EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement means Vietnam could compete with other large Asian countries. Marco Walde, GIC/AHK Managing Director Vietnam, explains why.
Do companies respect human rights? And how can this be proven? Germany has launched a unique system of monitoring.
German business has discovered the “Continent of Opportunities” – and is now being backed up by the Federal government.
End of October sees the G20 Investment Summit for Africa hold in Berlin. Stefan Liebing, Chairman of the German-African Business Association, says what Africa now needs – and what Germany must do.
The Asia-Pacific Conference of German Business will be taking place in Jakarta at the beginning of November. Asia speaker Hubert Lienhard explains why now in particular the region is so very important.