Tag Archives: Sigmar Gabriel

16Jan/17

U.S. should build better cars, says German economy minister

Germany’s economy minister tells Americans to ‘build better cars’ in response to Trump assertions he will hit German carmakers with a 35 percent U.S. import tariff.
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05Sep/16
G20 German Chancellor Angela Merkel

G20- Merkel says urgent for investment to flow into Africa

Germany’s Angela Merkel calls for more direct foreign investment to flow into Africa

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25Aug/16

Hollande and EU socialist democrat leaders tackle Brexit in meeting

The French president and prime minister welcome social democrat leaders from around the European Union to a meeting at which Brexit will top the agenda.

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10Oct/15

TTIP agreement unlikely before U.S. elections – German economy minister

German economy minister Sigmar Gabriel says he doubts there will be a framework for TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) before the U.S. elections, but warns opponents that they cannot be afraid to negotiate with the United States on the transatlantic trade deal.

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11Sep/15

Can refugees save Germany’s economy?

(REUTERS/DEUTSCHER BUNDESTAG) – Arriving in Berlin, in search of a new life.

A record 800,000 refugees and economic migrants are expected to arrive in Germany this year.

Many fleeing war-torn Syria.

According to a new poll, the majority of Germans don’t feel threatened by this.

In fact, the influx may solve one of the biggest economic problems facing Germany – its looming skills shortage.
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07Jul/15

Europe stood by and watched as Greek elite plundered country, says Germany’s Gabriel

Germany’s Sigmar Gabriel says the elite in Greece has plundered the country for years while Europe just watched it happen.

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