Denmark starts building anti-swine border fence
The Scandinavian state hopes to stop German swine from crossing the border and ruining the economy. The border fence has attracted considerable criticism, for practical as well as political reasons.
Zimbabwe: Fuel price hike sparks protests amid economic crisis
Zimbabweans continue to express their anger at new government austerity measures which aim to boost the country's struggling economy. But a solution may be a long way off.
World Bank warns of 'darkening skies' for global economy
World Bank warns of 'darkening skies' for a global economy.
US policy spreads gloom in Iran
American sanctions are supposed to paralyze Iran's economy and put pressure on the government. But their far-reaching effects are blocking societal progress and leading to greater oppression.
Egypt's economy to grow 6% in 2019, Beltone's Fahmy says
Nancy Fahmy, Beltone Financial sector head for financial services, discusses the outlook for Egypt's economy with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Macron Due to Address nation after weeks of national protests
French President Emmanuel Macron is due to address the nation on Monday evening as he seeks a solution to end the downward spiral of Europe’s second-largest economy, started last month with a grass-roots movement against fuel tax hikes.
The small, but surprising secret to Germany's economic success
Ever wondered why the German economy is so robust? Small to medium-sized businesses specializing in essential but easily overlooked items deserve much of the credit, DW's Kate Ferguson believes.
Egypt finance minister on IMF Program, Reforms, Economy, Debt, Bond issuance
Egypt won't ask for further IMF funding next year, when its $12-billion dollars loan program expires. Finance Minister Mohamed Maait says the economy is now in better shape and he's working to reduce debt and gain investor confidence.