Erhvervsliv

Kontaktpersoner i erhvervsservice

Der ligger et udvidet erhvervsbegreb til grund for opgaverne i ambassadens erhvervsafdeling, der ud over de traditionelle områder som økonomi, handel og finans også omfatter forskning og teknologi, en...

BMUB

Green Economy als Wachstumsmotor

Gemeinsame Broschüre von BMU und BDI zeigt Erfolgsbeispiele aus deutschen Unternehmen.

Prüfen eines Motorblocks

Wissenschaft und Innovation: OECD Länderprofil Deutschland

Deutschlandverfügt über das größte Innovationssystem innerhalb der EU. Die deutsche Wirtschaft ist exportorientiert mit einer breiten Basis international wettbewerbsfähiger Unternehmen, insbesondere im Verarbeitenden Gewerbe....

Turbine Instandhaltung

”blå kort” - Tyskland får attraktivere indvandringsregler for udenlandske fagfolk

Forbundsdagen i Tyskland har besluttet at indføre det såkaldte ”blå kort”.

Make it in germany

The “Make it in Germany” website welcomes skilled professionals to Germany!

“Make it in Germany!” Take a look at our website to see how skilled professionals like yourself can come to live and work in Germany. German firms are facing a genuine skills shortage that is expected to continue into the future. The German Government has therefore set up this website to help business and industry find the specialists they need. Welcome to Germany!

Europaeische Union

EU's indre marked

Læs mere om EU's indre marked på Forbundsministeriet for Økonomi og Teknologis hjemmeside.

Nyheder fra Tyskland - en service med redaktionelt ansvar hos Deutsche Welle

27-03-2017 22:02

EU nations vote against GM crops

A majority of EU nations voted against genetically modified corn during a meeting of the EU appeals committee. However, that was not enough to stop GM cultivation. The decision now rests with the Commission.


27-03-2017 20:17

Rand drops as Zuma recalls South Africa's finance minister

South African President Jacob Zuma has ordered Finance Minister Gordhan to return from an overseas trip. The recall spooked foreign exchange markets and fueled speculation about a cabinet reshuffle.


27-03-2017 17:27

EU clears Dow-DuPont chemicals mega-merger

US firms Dow Chemical and DuPont have gained EU antitrust approval for their planned merger, on condition that they sell assets. But the deal, expected to redraw the agrochemical sector, is raising concerns.


27-03-2017 14:42

Meat sellers in India strike amid clampdown on illegal slaughterhouses

Meat lovers in India's Uttar Pradesh state likely have to curb their appetite as sellers go on an indefinite strike protesting a crackdown on illegal abattoirs after a Hindu right-wing leader took office last week.


27-03-2017 12:55

Ivanka Trump at Berlin empowerment conference

Ivanka Trump has confirmed her participation in a G20 empowerment conference in Berlin next month. The US president's daughter is to share her views on labor market participation and gender gap issues.


27-03-2017 11:37

German business confidence hits new high

Business expectations among German managers have brightened in recent weeks, a closely watched confidence index has shown. Optimism is strongest in the building industry, according to Ifo's latest survey.


27-03-2017 10:25

UK manufacturers: trade deal with EU crucial

A leading association of British manufacturers has told the country's prime minister that a Brexit without a new trade deal with the EU would be a disaster as firms would have to bear the brunt of future barriers.


27-03-2017 08:24

Toshiba unit to file for bankruptcy?

Shares in Japanese conglomerate Toshiba have fallen sharply on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The renewed steep drop came after a report saying the firm's US nuclear unit could be placed into bankruptcy protection.


27-03-2017 04:07

White House signals turn toward Democrats for next legislative hurdle

The Trump administration has voiced willingness to work with "moderate Democrats" after a defeat on health care. Democratic leaders have urged the White House to reject conservative hard-liners if it wants their support.


26-03-2017 14:18

Massive German-built cruise ship 'Norwegian Joy' leaves port

The world's fourth-biggest cruise ship will cater exclusively for Chinese tourists. It leaves its German birthplace to sail to the North Sea for testing.


24-03-2017 17:05

Deutsche Bank picks news London headquarters

Germany's biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, has chosen a new office for its London headquarters. Policymakers viewed the move as a vote of confidence in Britain's capital despite the country's decision to leave the EU.


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Industrieanlage nachts

Tyskland som udgangspunkt for handel og investering

Daxkurve an der Börse in Frankfurt am Main

Tyskland er med sine 82 millioner indbyggere den Europæiske Unions mest tætbefolkede land og dermed også EU's største marked. Med et bruttonationalprodukt på mere end 2,2 billioner euro er Tyskland Eu...

Fast forbindelse over Femern Bælt

Kort Danmark/Nordtyskland

Die Feste Fehmarnbeltquerung über die von Küste zu Küste ca. 20 km lange Meerenge soll aus einer zweigleisigen elektrifizierten Eisenbahnstrecke und einer vierstreifigen Straßenverbindung in einem Sen...

Energi og Klima

Solarkraftanlage und Bio-Energie

Energi- og klimaspørgsmål er tæt knyttede til hinanden, men rummer dog helt forskellige udfordringer: Det stigende forbrug af fossile energikilder forcerer klimaændringen – med graverende følger for mange af verdens regioner.

Forskning, teknologi og innovation

Deutscher Zukunftspreis Lichtmikroskop

I dag udgør forsknings- og udviklingsintensive industrielle områder mere end halvdelen af Tysklands industriproduktion.