Today in Stainless Espresso we have a short and sweet look at the world of free trade and what it actually means for the United States, Europe (especially Germany) and also China.

Stainless Espresso: For more free trade in a global world
Stainless Espresso: For more free trade in a global world

Booster against the corona blues – free trade helps out of the crisis

With this article by Konstantin Kuhle, the German news portal n-tv starts a new column. With an interesting look at the topic of free trade and how Europe could deal with it.

One of the key messages of the article that led us to share it today:

“Cutting tariffs, reducing red tape and speeding up procedures would unlock enormous potential on both sides of the Atlantic – for the growth of the economies involved and for the creation of new jobs. Europe and Germany cannot afford to forego these opportunities after the Corona-induced slumps in the economy.”

Read the entire column here (unfortunately only in German – the Google Translator could help).

BMW Group record sales in China up 97% in first quarter

On April 8, the BMW Group announced that first-quarter sales of BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce rose 33.5 percent year-on-year to 636,606 vehicles, an all-time high. During the same period, BMW Group sales increased in all major regions of the world, and sales of all global brands showed increasing momentum.

Source: bmwgroup.com

China also most important sales market for Mercedes

China has also become the most important sales market for Mercedes. With more than 700,000 vehicles sold, sales in China are more than double those in the United States, for example.

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