Europe braces for renewed hostilities with the United States over import tariffs.
Britain's handling of Brexit is seen as inept and funny by some Germans ... but not all.
Even so-called "domestic" carmakers are global companies with international supply chains.
Daimler, BMW and Volkswagen are proposing to end tariffs on U.S.-imported cars.
In Germany, officials are confident that the European leaders will broker a deal that avoids U.S. punishment.
This week European leaders met with President Trump, there's new numbers on the economy out ... let's break down the week's economic news.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet with President Donald Trump tomorrow, just ahead of the May 1 deadline for averting the steel and aluminum tariffs the Trump administration announced last month. What is the German leader hoping to get from her talks with the president? Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Germany’s top administrative court today ruled that cities can now ban older diesel vehicles from high-pollution areas. Before Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal a few years ago, more than half of the new cars sold in Europe had diesel engines. They’ve been losing market share ever since, and today’s ruling only hastens the decline of diesel. That’s […]
The chancellor is struggling to secure a ruling coalition. The EU could be affected.
The German parliament still has not formed a coalition government.