Despite gas deliveries from Russia: major challenges

Saxony Despite gas deliveries from Russia: major challenges As of 4:29 p.m | Reading time: 3 minutes Martin Dulig, Minister of Finance of Saxony. Source: Robert Michael/dpa/archive image Natural gas is flowing again through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline. However, Germany must become more independent from Russian gas, Saxony’s Finance Minister Dulig said. According to … Read more

Start-ups in crisis: A new era begins now

HeyThe founders of start-up Gorillas are still the same – but their message is hard to pin down. Not long ago, college friends Kagan Sümer and Ugur Samut wanted to explore the whole world from Berlin. The super fast food purveyor opened delivery warehouses in London, Paris, Amsterdam and New York almost simultaneously – and … Read more

Europe: Sanctions on Russia: how effective are Western sanctions?

When the war in Ukraine started, for many it already seemed certain how things would turn out. The Russian military would be victorious in a matter of days, shortly after which unprecedented Western sanctions would bring the Russian economy to its knees. Quite the opposite has happened: the invasion is now in its fifth month, … Read more

The federal government is opening a protective shield for companies and consumers

July 4, 2022 at 6:11 pm gas crisis : The federal government is opening a protective shield for companies and consumers A pressure gauge shows the pressure in the natural gas network (symbol image). Photo: dpa/Jan Woitas Berlin In the coronavirus crisis, for example, Lufthansa was helped. Following a similar example, the federal government could … Read more

German economy: “hopes” for a visit to Scholz-Russia

Berlin Chancellor Olaf Solz (SPD) is traveling to Kyiv and Moscow at a particularly sensitive time. The situation is assessed as “extremely dangerous”, according to circles of the German government. The “very worrying overall picture” will shape Scholz’s talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. US intelligence … Read more

Project A: “Great time for start-up investments” – How German capital uses the crisis

μιHe is one of the most important German start-up financiers bringing fresh money to the market. Project A from Berlin is starting with a new fund worth 355 million euros, said co-founder Florian Heinemann WELT. With money coming from professional investors such as retirement funds, companies and wealthy individuals, Project A wants to support growth-oriented … Read more

Crisis, war and coronavirus: Will travel become more expensive? | DW Travel | DW

More than two years of the coronavirus pandemic have left their mark on many. Some of them concerned basic questions such as life and death. Many had existential fears and did not know if the effects of the coronavirus pandemic could cost them their jobs. And then, in February 2022, Russia’s war against Ukraine. It … Read more

The competition for NRW companies with a future begins

June 1, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. Application, selection, award : The competition for NRW companies with a future begins Competition logo. Photo: PHOTO: DPA | INSTALLATION: FERL Düsseldorf Climate change, the aftermath of war, the coronavirus crisis: The challenges for medium-sized companies and corporations are high. Our competition is looking for companies whose example encourages … Read more

Dusseldorf: Many new restaurants have opened

May 30, 2022 at 6:54 am Interesting newcomers : Many new restaurants in Düsseldorf The Paradise Now Bar by Walid El Sheikh on Hammer Straße is a restaurant and a club integrated into one. Many new restaurants have opened in the city despite the Corona. Photo: Uwe-Jens Ruhnau Düsseldorf Some restaurants threw away a white … Read more

Many new restaurants in Düsseldorf

May 28, 2022 at 5:15 a.m. Interesting newcomers : Many new restaurants in Düsseldorf The Paradise Now Bar by Walid El Sheikh on Hammer Straße is a restaurant and club that have become one. Many new restaurants have opened in the city despite the Corona. Photo: Uwe-Jens Ruhnau Düsseldorf Some restaurants threw in the towel … Read more