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What is the gross domestic product (GDP)? | Made in Germany
 
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The gross domestic product is the ultimate yardstick of a country’s economy. An increase means companies are making profits and the economy is growing. But if there's negative economic growth for two consecutive quarters, however, it’s recession time. This is why all eyes and ears are on the business gurus and their forecasts for the GDP. More Made in Germany on: http://www.dw.de/program/made-in-germany/s-3066-9798
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Is Germany about to enter recession?
 
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With German retail sales having fallen by a considerably bigger margin than expected in December, and a cut in 2019 gross domestic product (GDP) estimates, from Germany’s own Economic Ministry, IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor look at the recession potential for the German economy with James Bevan from CCLA. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/IGUnitedKingdom?sub_confirmation=1 Learn more about IG: https://www.ig.com?CHID=9&SM=YT Twitter: https://twitter.com/IGcom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IGcom LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/igcom #Germany #GDP #GermanEconomy We provide fast and flexible access to over 15,000 financial markets – including indices, shares, forex and commodities – through our award-winning range of platforms and apps. Established in 1974 as the world’s first financial spread betting firm, we’re now the world’s No.1 provider of CFDs and spread betting* and a global leader in forex. We also offer an execution-only share dealing service in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. We have recently launched a range of affordable, fully managed investment portfolios, to provide a comprehensive offering to investors and active traders. Through our low fees and smart price-sourcing technology, we help traders keep their costs down. Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 81% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading spread bets and CFDs with this provider†. You should consider whether you understand how spread bets and CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Professional clients can lose more than they deposit. * Based on revenue excluding FX (published financial statements, February 2018). † For the 12 months preceding 1 January 2019.
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German GDP growth at five year high - economy
 
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More people in the shops, full employment and low interest rates helped Germany's economy to its strongest growth in five years in 2016. There was a 2.0 percent increase in consumer spending. Spending on refugees as well as increased pension entitlements meant government expenditure increased by 4.2 percent, adding 0.8 percentage points to the overall growth rate. "This was the strongest increase in state consumption since 1992 following German reunification," the head of the Federal Statisti… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/01/12/german-gdp-growth-at-five-year-high euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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Top 10 Country GDP Ranking History (1960-2017)
 
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This video shows the Top 10 countries with highest GDP from 1960 to 2017. This country GDP ranking includes countries such as, United States, China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, etc. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a monetary measure of the market value of all the final goods and services produced in a period of time, often annually or quarterly. Nominal GDP estimates are commonly used to determine the economic performance of a whole country or region, and to make international comparisons. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wawamustats Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wawamustats Twitter: https://twitter.com/wawamustats Data Taken from: https://www.worldbank.org Future Top 10 Country GDP Ranking (Part 2): https://youtu.be/T9l2yCH5wBk Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/wawamustats?sub_confirmation=1
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Weak European demand hits German GDP
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ Germany's economy shrank at the end of last year as export demand from the rest of Europe weakened. Factories in the region's largest economy slashed production in the final three months of 2012 and were less willing to invest. But the German Economy Ministry show said growth will pick up again this year. Germany will publish an estimate of gross domestic product for all of last year next Tuesday. Most economists say Europe's economic powerhouse experienced a slight contraction in the fourth quarter, though they see it avoiding a recession - defined as two consecutive quarters of contraction - and picking up in the first quarter of this year. The ministry said the underlying strength of the German economy as well as positive signs from the global economy indicated the economy would "revive significantly" in the course of 2013, especially given that it remains competitive and the international environment has calmed somewhat. "A slight improvement in sentiment indicators suggests that the economy will start the new year on a positive note and will quickly overcome this temporary period of weakness," the ministry said. Recent surveys have shown morale at German businesses picking up and investor sentiment brightening, while order levels are showing signs of stabilising. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Germany Battles France For Higher GDP Growth | Business Incorporated |
 
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Future Top 10 Country Projected GDP Ranking (2018-2100)
 
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This video shows the Top 10 countries with highest GDP from 2018 to 2100. The projected GDP ranking includes countries such as United States, China, India, Japan, France, etc. It also shows how Asia will dominate the economy while Europe starts to fall slowly. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a monetary measure of the market value of all the final goods and services produced in a period of time, often annually or quarterly. Nominal GDP estimates are commonly used to determine the economic performance of a whole country or region, and to make international comparisons. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wawamustats Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wawamustats Twitter: https://twitter.com/wawamustats Historical Top 10 Country GDP Ranking (Part 1): https://youtu.be/wykaDgXoajc Data Taken from: https://pardee.du.edu/ Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/wawamustats?sub_confirmation=1
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What is the GDP of Germany?
 
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Watch this video to learn about the 2016 GDP (gross domestic product) of Germany.
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Made in Germany | The economy - signs of recovery?
 
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Economists fear that Germany's gross domestic product could shrink by up to 6 percent this year and have written off 2009 as a crisis year. But in the midst of the worst financial crisis in post-war history,a ray of hope has now appeared.Munich's Ifo Institute says business confidence worldwide is on the rise again for the first time since autumn 2007. Is Germany's export industry experiencing a market recovery? Are businesses as optimistic as the stock exchange was recently? Our reporter Marion Hütter talks to companies,consumers and the economists at the Ifo Institute.
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Market update on the German residential market
 
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Interview with Till Brühöfener-McCourt (Head of Research ZIEGERT) The German residential market is increasingly being referred to as the safe haven of Europe. Germany has a stable environment and strong investment opportunity for both rental and capital growth. Combined with high occupier demand and low supply, as well as relatively good value real estate, it is easy to see why demand for the German property market continues to grow. Especially international investors are experiencing serious interest in German property. Till Brühöfener-McCourt, Head of Research at ZIEGERT, gives a market update on the residential market in Germany and in Berlin. Berlin is both the capital and one of the federal states of Germany, the largest national economy in Europe and the fourth-largest national economy worldwide (IMF) in terms of gross domestic product. Transcript: Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for your interest in the German Residential Real Estate Market. It is my pleasure to give you an insight into the current developments. Since 2010 we have been seeing a period of growth in the German economy. With average growth per year of the price-adjusted GDP of 1.9 %. All this in conjunction with the low interest rate in the eurozone has a continued positive impact on the German Residential Real Estate Market. Including a 4.6 % price increase in new rental contracts in 2018, a 9.0 % increase in value of apartment buildings and a 5.8 % increase in condominium prices. The overall price development of condominium and apartment rentals in the Top 7 Cities in Germany was even stronger. With an 8.0 % increase in condominium prices in 2018 and a 5.1 % increase in new apartment rentals. Berlin, Germany’s largest Residential Real Estate Market is growing much faster. 2018 we saw a 10.6 % price increase for condominiums and a 6.6 % increase of new apartment first time rentals. Economic Experts currently forecast moderate economic growth for 2019 and 2020. The European Central Bank is not expected to raise the interest rate in 2019 – and therefore we expect mortgage interest rates for private buyers to remain low. The global political climate – with Brexit and trade wars, is making Germany more attractive for investors with its stable economic, social and political situation. Germany has become a safe haven! The ZIEGERT GROUP expects the positive development of the German Residential Real Estate Market to continue in 2019. However, price increases will be much more moderate than in previous years. Would you like to find out more about why to invest in the Berlin property market? Visit our website: https://ziegert-immobilien.de/en/berlin-guide/
Business Incorporated: Focus On Germany's GDP 14/01/16 Pt.1
 
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Jefferies's Owen Says German GDP Growth Is `Encouraging'
 
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Aug. 13 (Bloomberg) -- David Owen, chief European financial economist at Jefferies International Ltd., discusses German second-quarter gross domestic product which grew at the fastest pace since the country's reunification two decades ago. He talks with Mark Barton on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown."
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The Shocking Truth About the GDP Data.
 
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In this video I dig below the surface and look at the US, UK and German GDP data. You will be surprised to find out which economy has been having the best recovery since the Great Financial Crisis of 2008. Donations to Maneco64: https://www.goldmoney.com email: [email protected] bitcoin https://blockchain.info/address/14DUCdB6ZPP3su12VeN1BxWgvMHjAVZJSH ethereum 0x5CecA7DB267169Ca6821edADC0baB80b346Ce6c0 https://www.paypal.me/maneco64 https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3730528
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German economy and budget surplus soar, but Merkel shuns new debt - economy
 
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Manufacturing powered ahead last year in Germany to give the economy strong growth and the government a record budget surplus of 23.7 billion euros. The country's treasury benefited from soaring tax revenues, rising employment and low borrowing costs. GDP growth was 1.9 percent for the whole year, just topping Britain's 1.8, with the eurozone at 1.7 percent and the United States reaching 1.6 percent. Germany's economy soars .. and so does the budget surplus .. but Chancellor Angela Merkel sa… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/02/23/german-economy-and-budget-surplus-soar-but-merkel-shuns-new-debt euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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INDIA GERMANY Economy & Military Comparison 2017-2018-INDIAN vs GERMANY Economy 2017 Analysis,Growth
 
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INDIA GERMANY Economy & Military Comparison 2017-2018-INDIAN vs GERMANY Economy 2017 Analysis,Growth,Profile Comparison of economy in absolute numbers global rank for : GDP (TRILLION $) GDP-PPP (TRILLION $) GDP-PPP PER CAPITA ( $) DEBT TO GDP RATIO (%) POVERTY LEVELS (%) ECONOMY GROWTH RATE(%) GDP CONTRIBUTION FROM INDUSTRY , AGRICULTURE AND SERVICES (IN %) EXPORTS (BILLION$) IMPORTS (BILLION $) FDI ($) SIZE -AREA IN SQUARE KILOMETER POPULATION IN BILLION MILITARY AIR-FORCE/NAVY/ARMY Lot of this data is from 2016 ESTABLISHED FINAL DATA , 2017 DATA IS STILL TO BE PUBLISHES ,for both GERMANY AND INDIA, will present updated versions when fresh comparison data is available. Source- Wikipedia, World Bank, CIAFACT book
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GERMANY GDP OLIVER 3
 
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Germany enjoys strong economic growth in Q1 - economy
 
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Gross domestic product in Germany picked up in the first three months of this year. Europe's biggest economy grew by 0.6 percent between January and March compared to the previous quarter. That improvement came from companies investing more, particularly in equipment and construction of buildings, helped by mild winter weather. In addition consumers and the government continued to spend and exports soared. The latest numbers are good news for Chancellor Angela Merkel ahead of September's f… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/05/12/german-enjoys-strong-economic-growth-in-q1 euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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How big is the economy of Germany?
 
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Watch this video to learn about the 2016 GDP (gross domestic product) of Germany.
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German businesses and experts confident despite disappointing GDP data
 
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(1 Sep 2011) Berlin 1. German baker Lars Siebert taking buns out of oven and putting them into basket 2. Close up of dough for buns being prepared for baking 3. Siebert preparing dough 4. Close up of bread in oven, pull out to bakers putting baking tray into oven 5. SOUNDBITE (German) Lars Siebert, 52, master baker at Berlin''s oldest bakery: "We hardly notice whether the economy is getting better or worse, a little bit, but we rather notice the impact of the weather." 6. Mid shot of baker moving bread inside oven 7. SOUNDBITE (German) Lars Siebert, master baker at Berlin''s oldest bakery: "Well, these are forecasts, estimates and assumptions. It might well be that the car industry has problems selling its cars in the United States, but who knows exactly. And many companies here are not that sceptical. One will wait and see. One should. You just can''t let a few share prices drive you crazy." 8. Mid shot of tray with baked goods being taken out, pull out to Siebert walking from bakery to saleroom 9. Siebert bringing tray with freshly baked goods to saleroom 10. Close up of money being put into cash register 11. Wide of customers Wiesbaden, Near Frankfurt 12. Wide exterior of Federal Statistics Office building 13. Close up of sign of Federal Statistics Office 14. Wide of Norbert Raeth, economist at Federal Statistics Office, at his desk 15. SOUNDBITE (German) Norbert Raeth, economist at Federal Statistics Office: "Looking at the full data spectrum, an approaching recession is not visible for Germany at the moment. One must not limit it to the one figure of the gross domestic product, the full data spectrum shows that there will be a moderate upward trend." 16. Close up of financial data on screen Berlin 17. Truck driving down construction site at motorway 18. Machinery working on road 19. SOUNDBITE (German) Heiko Stiepelmann, deputy head of German Building Industry Federation: "The companies are still rating the present state of business as good. Capacity utilisation is high. What we see at the moment are statistical effects which can be attributed to the very good winter for us at the beginning of this year." 20. Close up of Raeth scrolling through statistics 21. SOUNDBITE (German) Heiko Stiepelmann, deputy head of German Building Industry Federation: "We are a little worried about public construction, against the background of the debt crisis of the European states, and we are a little worried about commercial construction in the long term." 22. Crane at construction site 23. Construction workers on building facade 24. Close up of workers behind concrete mixer 25. Wide, tilt up building under construction STORYLINE Germany, the eurozone''s biggest economy, caused worries all over Europe when detailed figures released on Thursday showed its gross domestic product rose only 0.1 percent from the first quarter in August 2011. It disappointed both forecasters and stock exchanges. The effects of financial market turmoil and the debt crisis on the German economy, however, still seem to be limited. Many sectors are reporting steady sales and full order books. Lars Siebert, a master baker at Berlin''s oldest bakery, smiled as he said: "We hardly notice whether the economy is getting better or worse, a little bit, but we rather notice the impact of the weather." Siebert typifies German optimism that the economy will endure the European crisis over government debt, and that negative figures about economic sentiment and the gross domestic product (GDP) are only temporary. "You just can''t let a few share prices drive you crazy," he said at the ovens his family have operated for more than a century. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a302d6ea33ed03bb61f016dcbe29ba25 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Kirkegaard Expects ECB to Hold Rates on German Slowdown
 
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Aug. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Jacob Kirkegaard, a research fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, talks about the German economy in the second quarter and European Central Bank monetary policy. Germany's gross domestic product, adjusted for seasonal effects, rose 0.1 percent from the first quarter, when it jumped a revised 1.3 percent, the Federal Statistics Office in Wiesbaden said today. Kirkegaard speaks with Maryam Nemazee on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Germany publishes GDP figures for the 4th quarter
 
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GERMANY, BERLIN : German publishes GDP figures for the 4th quarter on Thursday. Stock shots of the German economy. Contact us to open a professional account and access the entire production: http://www.afp.com/en/contact/
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EU GDP growth decreases more than expected in Q3 | Money Talks
 
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The eurozone's economy has expanded at its slowest pace in four years. The latest figures from Eurostat reveal GDP growth across the 19 countries was cut in half in the third quarter. That's mainly due to new emissions standards that hit German car production as well as stagnation in Italy, the bloc's third-largest economy. Claus Vistesen, Chief Eurozone Economist at Pantheo Macroeconomics, joins us for further insight into the story. #EUGDP #Europe #Economy
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Made in Germany | Cultural Sector in Germany
 
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According to recent government findings,Germany's cultural sector accounts for 2.6 percent of the country's gross domestic product. That puts it roughly on a par with the chemical and automotive industry.In 2008,Germany's cultural sector had a turnover of 132 billion Euros. The sector employs over a million people. In these times of financial uncertainty,economists are keen to investigate sectors that aren't struggling for survival,in an attempt to understand the secret of their success. A dozen international business journalists decided to come to Germany and check things out. Our reporter Joachim Eggers joined the group in Hamburg. First stop was the ballet workshop of renowned choreographer John Neumaier.
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News Update: Germany's 2010 GDP Forecast Boosted by Bundesbank
 
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Germany's growth forecast was given a boost by the Bundesbank Thursday, following the country's quickest Q2 economic expansion in over twenty years, Bloomberg reports. The bank said in a bulletin that Germany's gross domestic product will rise around 3% during the year, up from June's previous forecast of a 1.9% increase. Germany's economy grew at its fastest pace since 1991, data shows, at 2.2% through June. "The growth tempo will normalize after the extraordinarily dynamic second quarter," commented an official from the Bundesbank. "But all in all, the fundamental economic situation in Germany is very favorable at the moment."
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Bumper boost to GDP in Germany - economy
 
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The German economy expanded strongly between April and June, thanks to broad-based domestic demand... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/08/23/bumper-growth-in-germany The German economy expanded strongly between April and June, thanks to broad-based domestic demand and solid exports. A 0.7 percent quarterly rise in gross domestic product came from a flurry of construction work, resuming after the unusually long and cold winter. Companies also increased their purchases of machines and equipment and there was healthy private consumption. Analysts said Germany's bounce-back could support the tentative recovery in the eurozone economy. "The composition of the growth is very good. It is being driven more strongly from within, which is good for Germany and the eurozone," said economist Holger Sandte at Nordea. "It is also positive that firms are investing more in equipment and are not so hesitant anymore." Domestic demand added 0.5 percentage points to GDP in the quarter and foreign trade 0.2 percentage points. "Growth is broadly supported - two-thirds comes from domestic demand, a third from trade... This could be the start of a long upturn for investment. Low interest rates and returning confidence provide a sound basis for this," said Christian Schulz at Berenberg Bank. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
German GDP Numbers September 1 2014
 
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With the North American holiday, Monday looks as if we are going to be all about the Germans. With this, we are watching GDP out of that country quite closely.
Germany is Surprised as India Overtakes Germany as Worlds Biggest Economy
 
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Germany is Surprised as India Overtakes Germany as Worlds Biggest Economy . Indian Stock Market Now Bigger Than Germany's . pm narendra modi is not doing well on indian economy reforms pmo gdp . India's ascent on the global stage has claimed another victory after its stock market overtook Germany to become the seventh largest in the world. India edged past the equity market of Europe's largest economy for the first time in seven years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That means, after the UK leaves the European Union in March, the bloc would have only one country -- France -- among the seven biggest markets. The move reflects India's positive returns this year as companies' reliance on domestic demand enabled them to avoid the meltdown in other emerging markets spurred by Federal Reserve tightening and a trade battle between the U.S. and China. It also highlights the challenges facing the EU, including its future relationship with the UK, a standoff with Italy over budget allocations and septist clashes in Spain. While the MSCI Emerging Markets Index is heading for a 17 per cent decline this year, India's benchmark S&P BSE Sensex is up 5 percent after seesawing throughout the year amid oil-price volatility. In a year dominated by trade protectionism and punitive tariffs by Donald Trump's administration on China, it's little wonder that investors have turned cautious over countries with a heavy dependence on exports. Germany derives more than 38 per cent of its gross domestic product from exports, based on 2017 data from World Bank. The corresponding ratio for India is only 11 per cent, meaning much of the stock-market opportunity in the country comes from domestic consumer stories. The reliance on local demand and entrepreneurship also puts India ahead in growth sweepstakes. The south Asian nation is projected to grow 7.5 per cent this year and 7.3 per cent in 2019, a far cry from German growth of 1.6 per cent for each year. Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching. This is World Conspiracy Daily WC Daily If you have any points comment below. Production: Hades Pictures Music By : Aakash Gandhi, Ots, Track : IDCIDK, Grind Licensed under Creative Commons CC
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Germany financial SHOCK: Merkel economy PLUNGES - 'The long-term upswing is OVER'
 
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Germany financial SHOCK: Merkel economy PLUNGES - 'The long-term upswing is OVER' GERMANY has seen its growth forecast revised down by the country’s leading economic institutes in a damning new report released today. The sharp revision has seen the growth forecast for Europe’s biggest economy downgraded to 0.8 percent from a previous estimate of 1.9 percent. The report warned how a hard Brexit, if Britain should leave the European Union with a deal in place, would further damped the prospects of the German economy. It comes after a string of weak data releases in recent months pointed to an economic downturn in Germany. As well as the threat of a no-deal Brexit, the German economy has been facing headwinds from a slowing world economy, international trade disputes. The report read: ”The long-term upswing of the German economy is over.” However, the news was not all bad with the economic researchers forecasting a strong increase in growth in 2020. The report is predicting gross domestic product (GDP) for Germany to increase by 1.8 percent for next year. This confirmed the institutes' previous forecast for the coming year. Last year, the German economy grew by 1.4 percent, while in 2017, GDP had risen by 2.2 percent.
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Kraemer Sees U.S., China Slowing German Economic Growth
 
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Aug. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Joerg Kraemer, chief economist at Commerzbank AG, talks about Germany's higher-than-expected economic growth for the second quarter. German gross domestic product data showed a 2.2 percent increase, the fastest in two deacades.¶ Kraemer speaks with Andrea Catherwood on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse."
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Germany CRISIS: Europe's largest economy still faces 'impending RECESSION risks'
 
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Germany CRISIS: Europe's largest economy still faces 'impending RECESSION risks' GERMANY is vulnerable to a downturn in global trade with the potential of slipping into recession still a real risk for the economy, according to a macro strategist. Europe’s largest economy has been dented in recent months by weak manufacturing and industrial sectors, compounded by the ongoing trade war between the United States and China ongoing Brexit uncertainty. This month saw the federal government slash its growth forecast for this year, predicting growth of 0.5 percent, down from an already lowered estimate of 1.0 percent. Initial gross domestic product (GDP) growth expectations for this year were once as high as 1.8 percent. However, the German government also insisted momentum will pick up in 2020 where growth of 1.5 percent is expected. Neil MacKinnon, Global Macro Strategist at VTB Capital, warned Germany should not relax just yet when it comes to the economy picking up and claimed the nation is still at risk of being dragged down by ongoing political turmoil around the world. Germany in particular is highly sensitive to movement in the Chinese economy, with Beijing remaining the most important trading partner for Berlin outside the EU. The Chinese economy took a battering in 2018, sparking major fears of a global slowdown, however there are hopes this year could fare better with first-quarter economic data defying expectations for a further cooling in growth. Mr MacKinnon said: “Germany faces impending recession risks and being a significant exporter has proved Germany’s vulnerability to the downturn in world trade. “Germany’s economic weakness in the face of the European Central Bank’s policy of negative interest rates is worrying. “Other major economies like Italy are already in recession and the Italian youth unemployment rate is over 30 percent. “Little wonder that there is voter disenchantment with Brussels and its call on the Italian government for fresh fiscal austerity. “German economic stagnation suggests that the Eurozone generally will struggle to recover this year especially given the ECB’s limited policy ammunition.” This week saw the release of the latest flash PMI manufacturing data, with both Germany and France failing to pick up pace from a recent slump in the eurozone economy. Germany came in weaker than expected with a reading of 44.5 in April, well below the 50.0 mark separating growth from contraction. The figure made for disappointing reading, despite it being slightly up on the previous month, which came in at 44.1. Car manufacturing has taken a hit from stricter emission standards that have jammed new car registrations. The German economy skirted on the edge of recession territory at the end of last year following a string of weak data releases. The nation narrowly avoided slipping into the red at the end 2018 with latest figures from the Federal Statistics Office showing GDP remained unchanged in the final three months of 2018. A recession is defined as two or more consecutive quarters of contraction, leaving investors keeping a watchful eye on the economy after it shrank 0.2 percent in the third quarter.
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German economy books record budget surplus of $45B in 2017
 
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German economy books record budget surplus of $45B in 2017 Germany saw a record budget surplus last year thanks to unbroken economic growth. The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) said Friday that public treasuries received 36.6 billion euros ($45 billion) more than they spent in 2017. The figure was slightly less than had been forecast. Strong export-driven growth has boosted tax revenue, with the country's gross domestic product rising a further 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter of last year compared with the previous three months. While German companies invested more in machinery and other equipment in the last quarter, there was a drop in investment in construction. Consumer spending, which had buoyed the economy through the year, remained at the same level as in the previous quarter. In November, Destatis said that Europe's largest economy grew at a robust 2.2 per cent in 2017 to post its fastest expansion rate in six years and marking an eighth straight year of growth. Economists have forecast continued strong growth for 2018, with the government recently saying that a 2.4-per-cent increase in GDP was expected this year.
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German economy enjoys strong Q1, but growth set to slow - economy
 
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Germany's economy grew at its fastest rate in three years between January and March. Strong investment and consumers spending more freely meant gross domestic product rose by a seasonally-adjusted 0.8 percent from the previous quarter. Year-on-year it expanded by 2.5 percent. It was very much driven by domestic demand as export growth slowed. And a fall in business confidence in the latest surveys by the Ifo research institution signalled the second quarter will not be so vigorous. Ifo eco... READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2014/05/23/german-economy-enjoys-strong-q1-but-growth-set-to-slow What is in the news today? Click to watch: http://eurone.ws/1kb2gOl euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a euronews is available in 14 languages: http://bit.ly/1qPwqgE In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Germany CRISIS: German economy growth forecast SLASHED by almost HALF
 
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Germany CRISIS: German economy growth forecast SLASHED by almost HALF GERMANY’S economic growth forecast has been slashed by nearly half as forecasters reveal a gloomier future for the EU nation. Germany’s five economies have significantly lowered their growth forecast for the current year, Germany’s Focus Money reports. The German Council of Economic Experts for Economic Research has announced it expects gross domestic product (GDP) to grow by only 0.8 percent in 2019. This is down from a plus of 1.5 percent which was expected in November. Additional reporting by Monia Pallenberg.
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Germany CRISIS: Factories 'in the GRIP of RECESSION' – shock warning for Merkel economy
 
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Germany CRISIS: Factories 'in the GRIP of RECESSION' – shock warning for Merkel economy GERMANY has been warned factories are “in the grip of recession” amid worse-than-expected manufacturing data. Fears for the German economy have intensified after the IHS Markit’s Purchasing Managers’ Index for the sector fell to 44.7 for March, the lowest since 2012 and well below a forecast of 48. The reading marked the third month in a row of contraction, with any number coming in under 50.0 indicating a section has shrunk. The latest bout of negative data came after the German economic growth forecast was slashed by nearly half with forecasters casting a shadow on the European powerhouse. Claus Vistesen of Pantheon Macroeconomics said the latest factory data confirmed “the story that manufacturing is in the grips of a recession”. But he stopped short of claiming Germany was on the brink of a recession, as he claimed the economy looked to be “stabilising, or even improving slightly” in recent weeks. The spirits of investors keeping a close eye on Germany were lifted this week after a German business confidence survey allayed some fears over the state of the economy. Germany’s IFO Institute said its business climate index rose to 99.6, beating a consensus forecast of 98.5 and ending six consecutive months of decline. The IFO data briefly lifted German 10-year yields into positive territory and helped European shares. They also buoyed the euro, which rose against the US dollar and pound at the time of the release. However, the latest set of data revealed confidence among factories was still looking unfavourable, falling for the seventh consecutive month to reach its lowest level in three years. Exports from Germany have suffered in recent months from disputes between the United States and China, as well as ongoing Brexit uncertainty. Car manufacturing has also taken a hit from stricter emission standards that have jammed new car registrations. The German Council of Economic Experts for Economic Research has already announced it expects gross domestic product (GDP) to grow by only 0.8 percent in 2019, Focus Money reports. This is down from a plus of 1.5 percent which was expected in November. For 2020, GDP is expected by the German Council of Economic Experts to grow by 1.7 percent. Christoph Schmidt, one of the advisers, said: “The German economic boom is over but a recession is not currently expected due to the robust domestic economy.” The German economy skirted on the edge of recession territory at the end of last year following a string of weak data releases. The nation narrowly avoided slipping into the red at the end of last year with latest figures from the Federal Statistics Office showing GDP remained unchanged in the final three months of 2018. A recession is defined as two or more consecutive quarters of contraction, leaving investors keeping a watchful eye on the economy after it shrank 0.2 percent in the third quarter.
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Daily Video Analysis: German GDP and U.S. Retail Sales to Take Center Stage
 
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Economic data out of China, this morning showed the world's second largest economy to be mired in a soft patch. Also this morning Malaysia and Hong Kong will release third quarter GDP results. We are expecting Malaysia to slow down growing at 5.6 percent year on year. Malaysia and Hong Kong are on third quarter GDP-watch. For the former, economic growth likely slowed, a Reuters poll showed, as exports and domestic consumption weakened. The median forecast for 15 economists in a Reuters poll was for gross domestic product to grow 5.6 percent in from a year earlier, compared with 6.4 percent expansion in the April-June period. Later today, Germany will release GDP numbers as will the European Union. We expect those numbers to remain anemic. This afternoon, the United States will release its retail sales numbers. We expect a solid print here as the US economy is continuing to firm up.
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Annunziata Says German Growth Pace May Not Be Sustained: Video
 
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Aug. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Marco Annunziata, chief economist at UniCredit Group, talks about Germany's second-quarter economic growth and the outlook for the European economy. German gross domestic product surged 2.2 percent from the first quarter, the fastest pace since the country's reunification two decades ago. Annunziata talks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg)
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GERMANY:  ECONOMY THREATENS THE SINGLE EUROPEAN CURRENCY
 
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German/Nat Fears a single European currency will miss its target date are growing amid concern over the state of the German economy. Germany has now joined the list of countries which don't fulfil the criteria for monetary union - and could miss the 1999 deadline. And the chief economist of the German central bank says European countries are not preparing properly for the Euro. German workers, who have grown accustomed to the news of increasing unemployment and the threat to their jobs, cannot hope for improvement in the coming year as Germany's economy slides towards recession. Recent offers by union leaders to limit wage increases to the level of inflation seem unlikely to prevent the jobless total reaching four million by early February. This would be ten percent of the working population. Germany has had to borrow heavily to finance the huge cost of unification. To protect the stability of the German mark interest rates have been kept high, increasing the price of German exports and hitting German industry hard. In 1995 growth in the German economy failed the projected target of 2.9 percent widely. This in turn lead to tax revenues falling below the expected level and forcing the government to borrow more than planned in order to balance the books. For the first time, Germany has failed to keep its borrowing levels to within three percent of their Gross Domestic Product (G-D-P), one of the criteria set out by the Maastricht Agreement for establishing a single European currency. SOUNDBITE: Germany failed to fulfill at least one of the criteria, namely to hold the budget deficit within three percent of Gross Domestic Product. Germany has failed this criteria, as the deficit lay at three-point-five percent G-D-P. SUPER CAPTION: Dieter Vesper, German Institute for Economic Studies The German Government is stuck in a catch 22 situation, caught between the necessity to borrow and keeping money supply low to combat inflation. The Maastricht criteria and timescale now looks increasingly unlikely to be fulfilled as other countries are also unlikely to fulfill Maastricht. But in the face of all these problems the German economic minister doesn't see his government in an inextricable situation. SOUNDBITE: We know that there are problems with the economy, we are not making the progress we expected, not in the coming year either. Unemployment is high and can only be resolved if we tackle our structural problems, and we are doing that. I've no worries as regards the Maastricht criteria though, we are close to targets, the government has done it's part and in '96 we will with absolute certainty, comply with the Maastricht regulations. SUPER CAPTION: Guenter Rexrodt, German Economics minister His confidence, however, is not shared by all and not supported by projections from leading economic experts. SOUNDBITE: I believe that public spending will push Germany out of the criteria again, next year. We project that the budget deficit will be above three percent of G-D-P, we estimate a figure of three-point-two percent. That means of course, that the Maastricht criteria will not be met. SUPER CAPTION: Dieter Vesper, German Institute fro Economic Studies The Maastricht Agreement requires all aspirants of monetary union to fulfill its criteria for two consecutive years before introduction in 1999. The difficulties being experienced by European economies are casting doubt on this timetable and indeed the whole concept of European monetary union. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ec17abbfa82920f94646e6505484a386 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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German GDP to accelerate in summer
 
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German GDP to accelerate in summer
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German economy shrinks in Q4
 
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http://www.euronews.net/ Germany is showing the first signs of feeling the pain from the euro zone's debt crisis as its economy shrank in the last three month of 2011. Gross domestic product grew 3.0 percent for the whole year thanks to strong demand at home and exports. That was below the previous year's growth rate of 3.7 percent, which was the fastest since reunification. But GDP contracted by around 0.25 percent in the fourth quarter according to preliminary Federal Statistics Office data.
Banks react on impact of Greek bailout on German economy
 
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(22 Feb 2012) 1. Wide side shot of the speakers at news conference at Association of German Banks (BDB) 2. Close side shot of Hans-Joachim Massenberg, member of the management, Association of German Banks (BDB) 3. Close of sheet showing the growth forecast for Germany 4. Mid reverse mid shot of hand holding the printed sheet of the growth forecast for Germany 5. Wide of news conference 6. SOUNDBITE: (German) Hans-Joachim Massenberg, Member of the Management Board, Association of German Banks (BDB): "After the principal agreement reached by the finance ministers two days ago, the Greek government will make the details of the swap programme known in the next few days. The banks will then look into conditions and decide in which form they will participate. We are confident, based on what we know by now, that the participation of German banks will be high." 7. Close of hand holding the report 8. Wide of journalists at the press conference 9. SOUNDBITE: (German) Hans-Joachim Massenberg, Member of the Management Board, Association of German Banks (BDB): "It is important (to stimulate growth) that the conditions are reached in Greece to allow foreign investment. For example, it is important to develop a land register - then there is a big volume of investment from German construction industry which could flow to Greece into roads and highway construction." 10. Close of bank association report on screen 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stefan Schilbe, Head of Committee on Economic and Currency Policy of the German Bank Association (BDB): "We expect the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) rates (in the eurozone) to fall by 0.4 percent in 2012, and then a slight rise in 2013 of 0.9 percent, but this will be too little to solve the problems we have in the labour market. Therefore, this is not a self-sustained upstream." 12. Wide of sculpture (depicting a coin) in front of bank association office, zoom in to inscription reading: "1 Euro" STORYLINE: The Association of German Banks (BDB in German) expects the participation of its member banks in the Greek bond swap programme to be high, said one of the organisation heads on Wednesday in Berlin. The BDB was presenting its annual economic forecast on Wednesday and one of its management board members, Hans-Joachim Massenberg, said it was important that the Greek government proceeded with implementation of reforms in order to use the time gained by the debt restructuring. Although the Greek economy seems to be in free fall, Massenberg is confident the reforms can bring new investment. "For example, it is important to develop a land register - then there is a big volume of investment from German construction industry which could flow to Greece into roads and highway construction," Massenberg said. On Tuesday, Greece secured a second international bailout worth 130 (b) billion euros (172 (b) billion US dollars), as well as the private debt write-down, in exchange for new austerity measures, including wage and pension cuts. The BDB's results showed on Wednesday that the bankers' association expected German GDP (Gross Domestic Product) to rise mildly by 0.5 percent in 2012. German GDP growth is expected to pick up in 2013 and to get as high as 1.5 percent. The optimism is based on Germany's robust labour market which in turn stimulates domestic consumption, and compensates for negative foreign factors. Head of the BDB's Committee on Economic and Currency Policy, Stefan Schilbe, who prepared the forecast, predicted the outlook for the eurozone to be less optimistic, saying that he expects its GDP to fall by 0.4 percent in 2012 and then rise by 0.9 percent in 2013. "This will be too little to solve the problems we have on the labour market," Schilbe added. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cbcfd2f26a2a70b5fa76fad60fe9821d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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German consumers boost third quarter growth
 
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German consumers are spending money. A sharp rise in private consumption helped the economy post modest growth and avoid recession. The figures from Germany's Federal Statistics Office on Tuesday confirmed an earlier flash estimate showing a 0.1 percent rise in seasonally adjusted gross domestic product. The rise in GDP was for the third quarter. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2014/11/25/german-consumers-boost-third-quarter-growth euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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Germany economy CRUMBLING: Exports and imports FALL in biggest drop in 12 months
 
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Germany economy CRUMBLING: Exports and imports FALL in biggest drop in 12 months GERMANY has been hit by another sign of weakness in its economy after disappointing trade data revealed exports and imports fell more than expected in February. The largest economy in Europe has been dented in recent months by a slowing world economy, trade disputes and Brexit uncertainty. The latest in a string of poor data to come out of Berlin, the Federal Statistics Office said seasonally adjusted exports were down by 1.3 percent on the month. This marks the biggest drop in 12 months, while imports fell 1.6 percent. The trade surplus edged up to €18.7 billion (£16.1 billion) from a revised 18.6 billion euros the previous month. Carsten Brzeski from ING said: “There simply seem to be too many crises in global trade for the German export sector to defy all of them at the same time.” The German economy has come under the radar in recent months on fears of a long-term expansion coming to an end, leading to the top economic institutes in the country slashing their growth forecast for 2019. In a damning report released last week, the growth forecast was downgraded to 0.8 percent from a previous estimate of 1.9 percent. The report warned how a hard Brexit, if Britain should leave the European Union with a deal in place, would further damped the prospects of the German economy. It read: ”The long-term upswing of the German economy is over.” However, the news was not all bad with the economic researchers forecasting a strong increase in growth in 2020. The report is predicting gross domestic product (GDP) for Germany to increase by 1.8 percent for next year. Data released last weak showed German industrial orders fell by the biggest margin in more than two years in February. However, industrial output rose slightly more than expected in the same month as mild weather helped a surge in construction. Germany is in its 10th year of economic expansion, but narrowly skirted a recession at the end of last year and posted its weakest growth rate in five years in 2018. The German government will update its growth forecast later this month. In January, Berlin said it expected the economy to grow by 1.0 percent this year.
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Commerzbank's Solveen Sees 2010 German Growth Above 2%
 
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Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Ralph Solveen, head of economic research at Commerzbank AG, talks with Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat about the outlook for the German economy. German gross domestic product fell 5 percent in 2009, after expanding 1.3 percent in 2008, the Federal Statistics Office said today. Speaking in Frankfurt, Solveen also discusses European Central Bank policy and trade.
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German Economy Grows Stronger
 
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The German economy grew strongly in the second quarter, raising hopes that the eurozone has come out of recession. Figures just released show German gross domestic product (GDP) rose 0.7% in the quarter, slightly ahead of forecasts. New figures from France showed its economy grew 0.5%, also stronger than expected, in the second quarter. Figures for the eurozone as a whole will be released later on Wednesday and are expected to show it back in growth for the first time in six quarters. German GDP enjoyed its largest expansion in more than a year, driven largely by domestic private and public consumption. Carsten Brzeski, an economist at ING, said the figures marked an impressive comeback for Germany, which saw its economy stagnate at the start of the year. "The biggest domestic challenge remains weak investment," he said. "Despite very favourable financing conditions and [the] strong international positions of many German companies, domestic investment has been sluggish for a longer while." 'Encouraging' Andreas Scheurle from Dekabank said the eurozone been hauled out of recession and Germany had done the lion's share of that. "It was made possible by our generous consumers, who have again spent more money, but the state has also dug deeper into its pockets," he said. "But this rhythm can't be maintained - growth will become more modest and in the second half of the year, we should see plus 0.3-0.4%." The French national statistics agency, Insee, said France's GDP growth in the second quarter had been driven by a rebound in exports, domestic household demand and public spending. The April-to-June growth was the strongest quarterly growth since early 2011, when the eurozone was plunged into its sovereign debt crisis. The French economy has been flat for the past two years, shrinking 0.2% in each of the previous two quarters. French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici said Wednesday's figure "amplifies the encouraging signs of recovery".
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Is Germany's Air Force Dying a Slow Death?
 
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This video shows you that Is Germany's Air Force Dying a Slow Death? Germany’s Air Force is in a lot of trouble, according to its leader “The Luftwaffe is at a low point,” Lieutenant General Ingo Gerhartz, Germany’s new chief of the air force, said in a speech on June 27, Reuters reported . The Luftwaffe is the official name of the Air Force. Gerhartz added: “Aircraft are grounded due to a lack of spare parts, or they aren’t even on site since they’re off for maintenance by the industry,” Part of these problems are called by bureaucratic ineffectiveness, he implied. According to Gerhartz, a 400-hour inspection of Germany’s Eurofighters was supposed to take seven months. It ended up lasting fourteen months. Besides bureaucratic issues, Gerhartz also said that the German Air Force needed bigger and more predictable budgets from the parliament. “Gerhartz urged lawmakers at the Wednesday event to back a more sustainable spending plan that would allow the air force to rebuild its equipment and improve planning for new [email protected] and upgrades to existing systems,” Reuters said. U.S. President Donald Trump is sure to agree with Gerhartz on this point. Trump has repeatedly chastised European NATO members for not spending enough on defense. He is expected to use a NATO summit later this month to further reinforce this point. German leaders have sent more mixed signals on defense spending. In May, German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested that her country would sustain steady increases in military spending in the years ahead. In fact, she went so far as to suggest that NATO’s goal of spending two percent of gross domestic product (GDP) on defense was “not completely beyond the imagination.” Berlin currently spends about 1.2 percent of its GDP on the military. German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said this would increase to 1.3 percent in 2019, with the goal of reaching 1.5 percent by 2025. But Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has suggested that the percentage would actually decrease after 2019. The issues raised by Gerhartz hardly came out of nowhere. Read Full Article On: http://nationalinterest.org air force planes, f 16 falcon, f 16 fighting falcon, f 16 viper, fs 16, fs16, gripen, gripen e, iaf, indian air force planes, indian air force strength, indian forced, jas 39 gripen, jas gripen, made in india, make in india, make in india in hindi, make in india project, saab aircraft, saab gripen, saab jas 39 gripen ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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Putin: Russia becomes biggest Economy in Europe after surpassing Germany
 
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http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.PP.CD/countries/RU-IT-FR-DE-GB?display=graph SOT Russian President Vladimir Putin: "The World Bank has concluded that Russia has the purchasing power of the fifth economy in the world. According to this indicator, we are ahead of the Federal Republic of Germany. But we have a lot of areas that still need special attention." C/U listener at meeting W/S meeting M/S meeting SCRIPT Russia: Russian economy leaves Germany in its wake Speaking at a socio-economic meeting in the Sakhalin region, an energy-rich island north of Japan, Russian President Vladimir Putin commented on the latest figures from the World Bank. The figures place the Russian economy above Germany's in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP), according to the latest World Bank ranking that measures 214 economies based on their 2012 economic performance. Russia's economy ranked fifth in the world last year with $3.40 trillion (€2.60 trillion) in gross domestic product based on PPP, pushing Germany into sixth. In response, Putin stressed: "The World Bank has concluded that Russia has the purchasing power of the fifth economy in the world. According to this indicator, we are ahead of the Federal Republic of Germany. But we have a lot of areas that still need special attention".
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