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Germany to reject EU green investment label for nuclear power
Germany will oppose European Union plans to include nuclear energy as a sustainable investment in its "taxonomy" policy for labelling green investments, the government said on Monday.
Iran-Germany film ‘The Fabric’ to vie in South Korean festival
A co-production of Iran and Germany, ‘The Fabric,’ is slated to compete at the 14th Seoul International Senior Film Festival (SISFF) in South Korea.
German bond yields fall but still at multi-year highs
Germany’s 10-year government bond yield fell on Tuesday but it was still close to an almost eight-year high after aggressively repricing European Central Bank tightening expectations.
German economic institutes see sharp recession if Russian gas cut off
Germany would face a sharp recession if gas supplies from Russia are suddenly cut off, the country's leading economic institutes said on Wednesday, and the government said the conflict in Ukraine poses "substantial risks" for Europe's largest economy.
In major policy shift, Germany to spend $113b on defense
Germany announced Sunday it was committing 100 billion euros ($113 billion) to a special armed forces fund and would keep its defense spending above 2% of GDP from now on. It was one of the most significant shifts in European security policy in decades, brought on by the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
German producer price inflation hits record high as energy costs spiral
German producer prices rose in January at their fastest rate since modern records began, soaring 25% as energy costs spiralled and extending a run of sharp increases expected to keep consumer inflation at around 5% for several months more.
Germany keen to boost Iran ties: Envoy
Germany’s Ambassador to Iran Hans-Udo Muzel said on Sunday that his country is eager to increase the level of cooperation with Iran.
Germany cries foul over nuclear energy in EU's green investment rule book
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's three-party coalition government has voiced its objections to a European Union draft plan to label nuclear power plants as a sustainable energy source in a formal letter to Brussels, ministers said on Saturday.
Germany to speed up green energy projects in 'gigantic' effort
Germany's Climate and Energy Minister Robert Habeck on Tuesday pledged to drastically ramp up renewable energy projects in the coming years, saying the country faced a "gigantic" task to meet climate protection goals.
France, Germany ‘agree to disagree’ on nuclear power
Germany and France “agreed to disagree” on the EU’s move to label nuclear energy as green, German Europe Minister Anna Luehrmann said Friday, denying any conflict between the two European giants on the issue.
Iran-Germany-Canada film ‘Metamorphosis in the Slaughterhouse’ awarded in Mexican festival
A joint film of Iran, Germany, and Canada, ‘Metamorphosis in the Slaughterhouse,’ directed by Javad Daraei, won Best Film Award and Best Sound Design Award (Hossein Qourchian) at the 8th Veracruz World Film Festival in Mexico.
Germany will not export arms to Saudi Arabia over Yemen war: New gov’t
A German deputy government spokesman said the country will not export weapons to Saudi Arabia over its devastating war on its impoverished neighbor, Yemen.
Raeisi congratulates Scholz, says Iran, Germany can forge ‘beneficial’ ties
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi congratulated new German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on his election to the top post, saying Tehran and Berlin have the opportunity to benefit from their age-old interactions and forge “valuable” cooperation.
Scholz vows 'new beginning' for Germany as Merkel exits
Olaf Scholz became Germany's new chancellor on Wednesday after 16 years with Angela Merkel at the helm, pledging his centre-left-led coalition would offer a "new beginning" for Europe's top economy.

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