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C. 2016-09-05 Bayer offers $65bn to win control of Monsanto Germany
3. 2016-06-27 VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn USA
E. 2016-05-28 Lufthansa to suspend flights to Venezuela Germany
F. 2016-04-23 Germans rally in Hannover against US-EU talks Hannover, West Germany
6. 2016-04-21 VW reaches US deal in emissions scandal San Francisco Bay Area
H. 2016-04-20 VW 'to offer diesel buy back deal in US' Germany
8. 2016-01-04 VW sued by US justice department Washington
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Deadly storm causes Dutch and German transport chaos
Jan.18
  Netherlands: Eight people including two firefighters have been killed in storm-related accidents as hurricane-strength winds tear across northern Europe


year 2016 Top ^

Sep.5 Bayer offers $65bn to win control of Monsanto Jun.27 VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn. USA May.28 Lufthansa to suspend flights to Venezuela Apr.23 Germans rally in Hannover against US-EU talks. West Germany Apr.21 VW reaches US deal in emissions scandal
  San Francisco Bay Area: Volkswagen will offer 'substantial compensation' and car buy-back deals in the US as part of a settlement of the the diesel emissions scandal Apr.20 VW 'to offer diesel buy back deal in US' Jan.4 VW sued by US justice department. Washington

year 2015 Top ^

Oct.7  Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014 Oct.6  VW's Matthias Mueller: Recall to start in January Sep.29  Volkswagen staff acted criminally, says board member Sep.25 Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland
Sep.23  Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns Sep.22 Volkswagen facing multiple US probes
   USA: Volkswagen is facing multiple investigations in the United States including, reportedly, a criminal probe from the Department of Justice (DoJ)
Jun.28   Greek debt crisis: ECB not raising funding limit   West Germany: The European Central Bank says it not increasing its emergency funding for Greek banks, amid fears that Greece may default on its debts on T... Jun.7  Deutsche Bank bosses resign in the wake of Libor scandal Apr.30  Airbus to sue in US, German spying row Apr.25 Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech quits. West Germany Mar.16  Lufthansa pilots to go on strike

year 2014 Top ^

May.26 Merkel vows economic boost to counter Eurosceptic gains
. Berlin Feb.14  Volkswagen's US workers vote against joining union Feb.2  Porsche faces 1.8bn euros lawsuit

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.11  Germany crane collapse leaves at least one dead Jul.27  German engineering firm Siemens to replace CEO Feb.18  Germany 'likely to avoid recession' Feb.15 Countries join in tax reform plea
. Moscow

year 2012 Top ^

Aug.31 Thalidomide maker issues apology


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.5 France, Germany outline fiscal pact
  Paris: Ahead of a key summit, the leaders of France and Germany agreed on a new fiscal pact that they say will help prevent another debt crisis Dec.2 Merkel ready for closer euro union
. Berlin Nov.2   Bailout loan withheld from Greece
  France: The next 8bn euros of rescue loans will be withheld from Greece until after its referendum on the eurozone rescue plan, European leaders say Oct.9   Euro crisis talks 'end in accord'
  Berlin: The German and French leaders will propose 'important changes' to the way the eurozone operates after talks on controlling the debt crisis Sep.14   Eurozone leaders reassure Greece  France: The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have said that Greece is an 'integral' part of the eurozone Aug.16 Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles. Paris Jun.5 E. coli 'linked' to German farm   Hamburg: A farm in northern Germany has been identified as the most likely source of many of the infections in the outbreak Beansprouts 'likely E.coli cause'  Locally grown beansprouts are suspected to be the source of an E.coli outbreak that has left at least 21 people dead May.29     Germany pledges nuclear shutdown  Berlin: Germany's ruling coalition says it has agreed a date of 2022 for the shutdown of all of its nuclear power plants May.24 Volcano ash shuts German airports   Hamburg: Germany is closing its northern airspace on Wednesday because of ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland

year 2010 Top ^

Sep.6 Germany extends nuclear lifespan
. Berlin May.21 Germans approve euro rescue plan. Berlin Mar.25 Merkel firm on IMF rescue for Greece. Berlin Feb.22 Lufthansa strike suspended Feb.21 Lufthansa four-day strike begins  About 4,000 pilots have gone on strike for four days in a dispute over job security. Lufthansa has cancelled 3,000 flights and has warned of delays Lufthansa strike threatens global pain  A 4-day strike by the pilots' union threatens one of the world's largest airlines and may disrupt travel on more than two dozen partner airl... Jan.16 Germany issues Explorer warning. Berlin

year 2009 Top ^

Nov.3 General Motors cancels Opel sale  Detroit: GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall Sep.27 Victorious Merkel vows recovery
. Berlin Aug.13   France and Germany exit recession  Both economies grew by 0.3% between April and June, bringing to an end year-long recessions in Europe's largest economies Jul.23 VW prepares to take over Porsche  Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen, plans to buy German sports car firm in stages while retaining the latter's independence May.29 Germany picks Magna to save Opel. Berlin Magna 'agrees to buy GM Europe'. Austria Feb.22 EU heads back financial clampdown. Berlin Jan.21 German economy faces gloomy 2009 Jan.6 Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self. West Germany

year 2008 Top ^

Nov.13   German economy now in recession  Government figures showed that Europe's largest economy contracted by 0.5% in the third quarter after a 0.4% contraction in the 2nd quarter Oct.17 Parliament passes bank bailout
. Berlin Oct.5 Plan to save German bank 'agreed'. Berlin Oct.4 Another top European bank falters Feb.15  Deutsche Postbank posts 39% loss Jan.21   World markets plunge on U.S. fears
   Global: Stock markets were, prompted by pessimism about Bush's plans to boost the U.S. economy. India's Sensex stock index fell nearly 11%
 Frankfurt's DAX dropping 6.02%


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.22  Airbus fears 'weak-dollar death' Feb.28 Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs
  France: CEO Louis Gallois announced the restructuring plan: 10,000 jobs cut over four years; 4,300 in France, 3,700 in Germany
Feb.14  DaimlerChrysler cuts 13,000 jobs

year 2006 Top ^

Feb.10  Volkswagen to cut 20,000 workers

year 2004 Top ^

Apr.16  Bundesbank boss resigns Mar.31 Afghanistan wins $8.2bn in aid  Berlin: International donors have pledged $4.4 billion in new aid to Afghanistan for 2005

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.16   Joint plan to relieve Iraq debt  The U.S., France and Germany have agreed on a plan to provide the Iraqi government with 'substantial' debt relief
before year 2000
Jun. 24, 1948   Russian blockade of Berlin began
  The Soviet Union blocked the Western Allies' railway, road, and canal access to the sectors of Berlin under Western control
 The Western Allies organized the Berlin airlift to carry supplies to the people of West Berlin



  Greek debt crisis: ECB not raising funding limit   West Germany: The European Central Bank says it not increasing its emergency funding for Greek banks, amid fears that Greece may default on its debts on T... Countries join in tax reform plea. Moscow France, Germany outline fiscal pact  Paris: Ahead of a key summit, the leaders of France and Germany agreed on a new fiscal pact that they say will help prevent another debt crisis Merkel ready for closer euro union. Berlin   Bailout loan withheld from Greece  France: The next 8bn euros of rescue loans will be withheld from Greece until after its referendum on the eurozone rescue plan, European leaders say   Euro crisis talks 'end in accord'  Berlin: The German and French leaders will propose 'important changes' to the way the eurozone operates after talks on controlling the debt crisis   Eurozone leaders reassure Greece  France: The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have said that Greece is an 'integral' part of the eurozone Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles. Paris Germans approve euro rescue plan. Berlin Merkel firm on IMF rescue for Greece. Berlin EU heads back financial clampdown. Berlin Parliament passes bank bailout. Berlin Plan to save German bank 'agreed'. Berlin Another top European bank falters Afghanistan wins $8.2bn in aid  Berlin: International donors have pledged $4.4 billion in new aid to Afghanistan for 2005 Joint plan to relieve Iraq debt  The U.S., France and Germany have agreed on a plan to provide the Iraqi government with 'substantial' debt relief E. coli 'linked' to German farm   Hamburg: A farm in northern Germany has been identified as the most likely source of many of the infections in the outbreak Beansprouts 'likely E.coli cause'  Locally grown beansprouts are suspected to be the source of an E.coli outbreak that has left at least 21 people dead Bayer offers $65bn to win control of Monsanto VW prepares to take over Porsche  Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen, plans to buy German sports car firm in stages while retaining the latter's independence Thalidomide maker issues apology VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn. USA VW reaches US deal in emissions scandal  San Francisco Bay Area: Volkswagen will offer 'substantial compensation' and car buy-back deals in the US as part of a settlement of the the diesel emissions scandal VW 'to offer diesel buy back deal in US' VW sued by US justice department. Washington Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland Volkswagen facing multiple US probes




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Oct.7  Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014
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   USA: Volkswagen is facing multiple investigations in the United States including, reportedly, a criminal probe from the Department of Justice (DoJ)
2014 Feb.2  Porsche faces 1.8bn euros lawsuit 2009 Nov.3 General Motors cancels Opel sale  Detroit: GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall May.29 Germany picks Magna to save Opel. Berlin May.29 Magna 'agrees to buy GM Europe'. Austria



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2008 Jan.21   World markets plunge on U.S. fears
   Global: Stock markets were, prompted by pessimism about Bush's plans to boost the U.S. economy. India's Sensex stock index fell nearly 11%
 Frankfurt's DAX dropping 6.02%




Germany, Business Labor Conflict Timeline ... See World Labor Conflict timeline Top ^
2015 Mar.16  Lufthansa pilots to go on strike 2014 Feb.14  Volkswagen's US workers vote against joining union 2010 Feb.21 Lufthansa four-day strike begins
  About 4,000 pilots have gone on strike for four days in a dispute over job security. Lufthansa has cancelled 3,000 flights and has warned of delays Feb.21 Lufthansa strike threatens global pain  A 4-day strike by the pilots' union threatens one of the world's largest airlines and may disrupt travel on more than two dozen partner airl...



Germany, Business Job Cut Timeline ... See World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2007 Feb.14  DaimlerChrysler cuts 13,000 jobs 2006 Feb.10  Volkswagen to cut 20,000 workers



Germany, Business High Tech Business Timeline ... See World High Tech Business timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.16 Germany issues Explorer warning. Berlin



Germany, Business Bad Economic News Timeline ... See World Bad Economic News timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.21 German economy faces gloomy 2009
2008 Nov.13   German economy now in recession  Government figures showed that Europe's largest economy contracted by 0.5% in the third quarter after a 0.4% contraction in the 2nd quarter



Germany, Business Lawsuit Timeline ... See World Lawsuit timeline Top ^
2015 Apr.30  Airbus to sue in US, German spying row



Germany, Business Aviation Business Timeline ... See World Aviation Business timeline Top ^
2016 May.28 Lufthansa to suspend flights to Venezuela
2011 May.24 Volcano ash shuts German airports   Hamburg: Germany is closing its northern airspace on Wednesday because of ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland 2010 Feb.22 Lufthansa strike suspended 2007 Nov.22  Airbus fears 'weak-dollar death' Feb.28 Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs
  France: CEO Louis Gallois announced the restructuring plan: 10,000 jobs cut over four years; 4,300 in France, 3,700 in Germany




Germany, Business Business Sanctions Timeline ... See World Business Sanctions timeline Top ^
1948 Jun. 24, 1948   Russian blockade of Berlin began
  The Soviet Union blocked the Western Allies' railway, road, and canal access to the sectors of Berlin under Western control
 The Western Allies organized the Berlin airlift to carry supplies to the people of West Berlin




Germany, Business Public Transportation Timeline ... See World Public Transportation timeline Top ^
2018 Jan.18 Deadly storm causes Dutch and German transport chaos
  Netherlands: Eight people including two firefighters have been killed in storm-related accidents as hurricane-strength winds tear across northern Europe




Germany, Business Business Leaders Timeline ... See World Business Leaders timeline Top ^
2015 Sep.29  Volkswagen staff acted criminally, says board member Sep.23  Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns Jun.7  Deutsche Bank bosses resign in the wake of Libor scandal Apr.25 Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech quits. West Germany 2013 Jul.27  German engineering firm Siemens to replace CEO 2009 Jan.6 Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self. West Germany



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2013 Dec.11  Germany crane collapse leaves at least one dead



Germany, Business Trade Timeline ... See World Trade timeline Top ^
2016 Apr.23 Germans rally in Hannover against US-EU talks
. West Germany



Germany, Business Macroeconomics Timeline ... See World Macroeconomics timeline Top ^
2014 May.26 Merkel vows economic boost to counter Eurosceptic gains
. Berlin 2013 Feb.18  Germany 'likely to avoid recession' 2009 Sep.27 Victorious Merkel vows recovery. Berlin Aug.13   France and Germany exit recession  Both economies grew by 0.3% between April and June, bringing to an end year-long recessions in Europe's largest economies



Germany, Business Energy Business Timeline ... See World Energy Business timeline Top ^
2011 May.29   Germany pledges nuclear shutdown  Berlin: Germany's ruling coalition says it has agreed a date of 2022 for the shutdown of all of its nuclear power plants 2010 Sep.6 Germany extends nuclear lifespan
. Berlin