Tag Archives: Economy of Germany

25Sep/20

German know-how for the e-mobility boom in China: BENTELER at Bosch booth at Auto Beijing

The rolling chassis for electric vehicles, jointly developed by BENTELER and Bosch, will be on show in Beijing, China from Saturday at the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition 2020. Electric car manufacturers, also those new to the electromobility market, can find out about the advantages of the modular and scalable platform solution at the Bosch booth until October 5. It allows new models to be brought to market much more efficiently and faster than was previously the case. Furthermore, car manufacturers benefit from the decades of BENTELER’s experience as a global partner to the automotive industry. In this way BENTELER is playing an active role in the Chinese electric mobility boom. Read more

08Nov/16

High spirits at Germany’s biggest U.S. election party, hosted by Bertelsmann

Some 700 guests from politics, business and society, including U.S. Ambassador John B. Emerson, attend Germany’s biggest U.S. election party at the Bertelsmann foundation.

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02Apr/15

Compensation gap for Alps crash victims

(Reuters Business Report) – Grieving relatives at the site of the Germanwings crash.

Now facing another blow – lawyers warning that they could receive VASTLY different compensation payouts.

It could all hinge on where the ticket was bought.
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26Mar/15

Germanwings crash: Pilot locked out of cockpit before crash

More questions surrounding Tuesday’s Germanwings plane crash that killed 150 people have arisen after audio collected from the cockpit voice recorder revealed that one of the pilots was locked outside of the cockpit before the crash.
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24Mar/15

Duesseldorf airport spokesman says Airbus crash “black day” for German air transport

Representatives for Duesseldorf airport and Lufthansa tell journalists the Airbus crash marks a “black day” for German aviation.

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24Mar/15

Germanwings Airbus crashes in France, 148 feared dead

FRANKFURT, GERMANY (LUFTHANSA) – An Airbus operated by Lufthansa’s Germanwings budget airline crashed in a remote area of southern France on Tuesday and all 148 on board were feared dead.
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13Feb/15

Africa’s largest economies feel the heat

(BVO) – South Africa’s parliament descends into chaos.

Protesters stormed the building, demanding President Jacob Zuma pay back some of the taxpayers’ funds used for a $23 million upgrade of his rural home.

It’s been a turbulent time for the economy, too.
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