Like the summer, the German economy is now gradually shaping up at this mid-year point.
In her opening speech at the Bundesbank symposium on 28 May 2013 in Frankfurt, Sabine Lautenschläger took stock of the regulatory measures and highlighted areas where there was room for additional improvement.
“To make Europe competitive, together, is the challenge,” Jens Weidmann told the press conference on the 25th anniversary of the Franco-German Financial and Economic Council in Berlin.
Deputy President Sabine Lautenschläger commended German banks for the progress they had made towards Basel III compliance.
The ECB Governing Council has decided to cut the key interest rate.
The second meeting within the framework of the Sino-German Financial Stability Forum was held in Bejing on 2013-04-26.
On 11 April, Professor Otmar Issing, former ECB chief economist, spoke at the Banken- und Unternehmensabend event organised by the Deutsche Bundesbank's Regional Office in Bavaria.
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