Car emissions rules pump the brakes on Germany’s economy
Nov 14, 2018

Car emissions rules pump the brakes on Germany’s economy

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(Markets edition) There's no cause for alarm just yet as inflation remains stable ahead the Federal Reserve's anticipated interest rate hike. Germany's economy shrank for the first time in years thanks to new auto emissions standards, but don't worry. They're doing fine. Plus, the U.S. is capitalizing as at least one European country starts to wean itself off Russia's natural gas. Today's show is sponsored by GobbleLinkedIn Sales Navigator and Forex.


(Markets edition) There’s no cause for alarm just yet as inflation remains stable ahead the Federal Reserve’s anticipated interest rate hike. Germany’s economy shrank for the first time in years thanks to new auto emissions standards, but don’t worry. They’re doing fine. Plus, the U.S. is capitalizing as at least one European country starts to wean itself off Russia’s natural gas. Today’s show is sponsored by GobbleLinkedIn Sales Navigator and Forex.

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC