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On 20 May, the German corporation E.ON joined a consortium implementing the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which (along with Nabucco and ITGI) is an element of the EU concept for a gas export Southern Corridor.…
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On 21 May, the German Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schäuble announced his proposals for reform of the euro zone at the meeting of the Task Force, a special working group aimed at developing the basic principles for reform of…
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On 10 May the Federal Statistical Office published data on German exports in March 2010. Due to a fall in the euro exchange rate and the stabilisation of the economic situation on emerging markets, the value of German exports…
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On 4 May the administrative court of Baden-Wurttemberg issued a verdict that the fact of belonging to the Catholic Church in Germany is linked with paying a church fee. The provision makes it impossible to stop paying the fee…
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On 15 May in Rostock the Left Party held a congress during which the new party authorities were elected. The change in the leadership of the party was meant to signal the consolidation of the party and emphasised its ability to enter…

Analyses | | Marta Zawilska-Florczuk
On 9 May, parliamentary elections were held in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), the most populous German federal state. As a result of the elections, the CDU and the FDP have lost a majority of seats and thus the possibility of…
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On 7 May, the Bundestag passed a law on the granting of financial support to Greece. Germany had been trying to delay financial aid to Greece for many months and ruled out extending the aid package to other countries. However…