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Germany in World Trade

Vehicles, machinery, and chemical products are the major exports of German companies. Products "made in Germany" have an excellent reputation worldwide. Germany is dependent on exports like no other economy. The import of goods and services is of great importance for Germany, too. To ensure that German companies can benefit from world trade in future, German industry is committed to fostering open markets worldwide and to a further development of the global trading system.

Cyclical or Structural Change? World Trade Growing Less Rapidly than Before the Crisis

Developing Countries: Potential Constrained by Trade Barriers

Digital Trade: Grasp Opportunities with Modern Trade Policy

Improved EU Proposal: Access to EU Procurement Markets

Hubertus von Baumbach: How Fair Is World Trade?

Problem Detected and Resolved? Macroeconomic Imbalances in the EU

Macroeconomic Imbalances: Global Risks and Developments in Emerging Economies

Guest Contribution HTW: Danger – German Current Account Surplus

Guest Contribution IW Köln: Germany’s Current Account Surplus – Strength or Achilles’ Heel?

SMEs in the Global Market: SMEs Need TTIP and Customs Facilitation to Internationalise

Trade Promotion: Adapting Instruments to Growing Importance of Foreign Trade

Globalisation in Practice: A German Export Champion

BDI Director-General Markus Kerber: Only Uncertainty Is Certain

German Expertise to Remove Barriers: Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation

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USA

Kempf calls for clear commitment to German-US cooperation

- As Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with US President Donald Trump for the first time, the BDI president warns against protectionist tendencies. more
World Trade

Trump still sparse on economic policy details

- BDI President Dieter Kempf comments on US president’s speech to Congress. more
World Trade

Intensive cooperation required in the face of transatlantic uncertainty

- German industry representatives talk with US senators at the BDI-US Congressional Roundtable held in the margins of the Munich Security Conference. more
World Trade

Economic growth of one and a half percent expected in the coming year

- In view of global political uncertainty, future growth cannot be taken for granted, BDI President Dieter Kempf said. Germany would have to work harder to maintain its current level of prosperity. more
World Trade

15th Asia-Pacific Conference of German Business

- Asia-Pacific Conference of German Business sets agenda for Asian-German economic cooperation. more
World Trade

Reform of export controls must not lead to legal uncertainties for German industry

- In September 2016, the European Commission adopted a reform proposal, which sets out extensive changes to the EC dual-use regulation and thus could have a negative impact on the development of Europe and Germany as technology locations. It is now up to the European Parliament and Council to ensure a... more

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