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Germany in World Trade: A Clear Winner of Globalisation

If you ask what German industry is world-famous for, many people will say: for mechanical engineering and its cars. And of course, that’s right. But they are just two of many areas in which German industry is strong and competitive on global markets. How exactly does Germany benefit from trade?

Making state export credit guarantees fit for the future

Globalisation scenarios: Challenges for Companies

Strengthen the EU as Global Player

Level Playing Field in International Competition

The new EU Trade Strategy: Green and Assertive?

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Global Value Chains under Pressure

International Public Procurement: New Opportunities for the EU?

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Global Power Shift

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Protectionism and Nationalism on the Rise

Lose-Lose for Everyone: Trade Wars Have no Winners

Digital Trade: Opportunities and Risks

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The German Current Account Surplus: No Indicator of Unfair Trade!

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Sustainable Globalisation Requires Global Governance


World Trade

German industry's expectations from the G20 summit are moderate


With respect to the forthcoming G20 summit, BDI President Dieter Kempf urges the G20 to take the reins back as the driving force for multilateralism in the 21st century.


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World Trade

EU and US Must Apply the Emergency Brake in the Trade Dispute

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