- July 19, 2010
During the worst of the global financial meltdown, Berlin pumped tens of billions of euros into the economy and spent hundreds of billions propping up German banks. Now, the country is reaping the benefits as Germany is once again Europe's economic motor. By SPIEGEL Staff
- July 05, 2010
Germany's economy is booming thanks to a rapid recovery of global exports. But Europe isn't out of the woods yet. Few know exactly what nasty surprises might be lurking on bank balance sheets across the Continent -- and stress tests might not be enough to reveal them. more... [ Comment ]
- June 30, 2010
The German economy is rapidly improving, with many manufacturers struggling to keep up with demand. But not all are happy with the country's recovery. Many say that Germany's export gains are coming at the expense of its trading partners. more... [ Comment ]
- December 29, 2009
The German economy could recover more strongly in 2010 than many economists have been predicting, because growth is being boosted by the improving global situation and the government's stimulus package. But that doesn't mean the crisis is over -- risks loom from the second half of 2010. more...