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G20 should strengthen climate protection

Green Energy © mustafa deliormanli - iStockphotoThe G20 should strengthen its commitment for climate protection and take the lead in implementing the Paris Agreement. This is requested by members of the G20 engagement groups Business 20, Civil 20 and Think 20 in a joint statement. The six signatories include the co-chairs of the T20 Task Force “Climate Policy and Finance”, Céline Bak, Amar Bhattacharya and Ottmar Edenhofer, and the CEO of BASF, Kurt Bock. Read the statement

 


Winners of Global Economy Prize Announced

medaille_wwp.jpgThe winners of the Global Economy Prize 2017 have been confirmed. Honored as pioneers of a cosmopolitan, economically liberal, and public-spirited society, this year's laureates are Horst Köhler, former Federal President of Germany, Brunello Cucinelli, Italien fashion designer, Arundhati Bhattacharya, Indian banker and Assar Lindbeck, Swedish economist.
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Economic Outlook: Broad-based Expansion in Germany

Crane lifting bis container in yard © bugphai – iStockphotoAs it enters its fifth year, Germany's recovery remains robust. Various early indicators are trending clearly upward, and industrial order books are full. GDP growth in 2017 is likely to be 1.7 percent, before rising to 2.0 percent in 2018. Growth is no longer being driven solely by consumer spending. Inflation is ex-pected to reach 1.8 percent this year. 
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