Personnel restart required: Merz denies Habeck economic competence

Personnel restart required Merz denies Habeck economic competence 11/28/2022, 11:58 p.m With sharp words, Friedrich Merz shoots against the economic policy of the traffic light. According to the CDU boss, the Economics Ministry lacks sufficient expertise to lead the country out of the crisis. Union faction leader Friedrich Merz sharply attacked Federal Minister of Economics … Read more

McKinsey, BCG and Bain & Company make billions in the crisis

The Germany heads of the top strategy consultancies Fabian Billing, Walter Sinn and Michael Brigl fight a three-way battle. Düsseldorf The three leading global strategy consultancies increased their sales in Germany by around 20 percent in 2021. And the industry is also expecting strong growth for 2022. McKinsey is still the market leader, just ahead … Read more

Lindner considers life extensions for nuclear power plants to be difficult to implement

Lindner considers life extensions for nuclear power plants to be difficult to implement

Berlin When asked about the construction of many smaller nuclear power plants in France, Lindner told the “Rheinische Post”: “In the case of nuclear energy, I personally believe that only our grandchildren will re-examine this technology for Germany.” A three-step approach for other forms of energy is more obvious. “First, we must accelerate the expansion … Read more

Annalena Baerbock is on the right track

Annalena Baerbock The foreign minister has announced an office for “hydrogen diplomacy” in the Ukrainian capital. (Photo: Reuters) Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock tried last week to send German support to the beleaguered Ukraine. Germany will soon set up an office for “hydrogen diplomacy” in the Ukrainian capital. As irrelevant as this promise is in view … Read more

860 billion for the green future (

Green industrial jobs are also created with the construction of wind turbines. Photo: dpa The “classic” industrial job belonged to the previous century, wrote the President of the Federation of German Employers’ Associations, Rainer Dulger, in a guest article in the conservative “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” on Thursday. Of course, Industry President Siegfried Russwurm sees it … Read more

7 things the government absolutely needs to tackle

Where is Germany headed? Some reforms are necessary after the general election. Germany became sluggish in reform during the Merkel years. The next federal government will therefore have to initiate a large number of changes. With regard to climate change, for example, something has changed in the last few months, at least insofar as Germany … Read more