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Michael Nienaber

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Sep 18 2018

Merkel takes a gamble with new immigration law

BERLIN Chancellor Angela Merkel hopes a new immigration law will make it easier for foreign workers to find jobs in Germany, but her push to fill a record number of vacancies risks angering voters who still resent her open-door refugee policy.

Sep 06 2018

Trump trade threats bite into German factory orders

BERLIN German industrial orders fell unexpectedly in July on weak foreign demand, data showed on Thursday, in a further sign that factories in Europe's largest economy are feeling the bite of U.S. President Donald Trump's protectionist trade policies.

Sep 05 2018

Germany still aims for 'fair taxation' of internet companies - finmin

BERLIN The German finance ministry denied a newspaper report on Wednesday that Finance Minister Olaf Scholz had given up on plans to make internet giants, including Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon, pay more tax.

Sep 05 2018

Strong German services point to robust growth in third quarter - PMI

BERLIN German services growth reached a six-month high in August as firms created jobs at the fastest pace in nearly 11 years, a survey showed on Wednesday, suggesting that a domestically driven upswing will continue in the third quarter.

Aug 29 2018

German consumer morale dips again: GfK survey

BERLIN The mood among German shoppers dipped for the second month in a row heading into September as income expectations fell, a survey showed on Wednesday, casting doubt on the strength of a consumer-led upswing.

Aug 27 2018

EU trade truce with Trump lifts German business morale

BERLIN German business morale improved for the first time this year in August as a trade truce between the European Union and United States made company executives less concerned about a transatlantic trade war.

Aug 20 2018

Exclusive: Germany to trump Japan again with world's largest c/a surplus - Ifo

BERLIN Germany's current account surplus is set to remain the world's largest this year despite increased trade tensions, the Ifo institute said on Monday, in an estimate likely to renew criticism of Chancellor Angela Merkel's fiscal policies.

Aug 15 2018

Afghans, Syrians help German firms fill training vacancies

BERLIN German companies managed to attract more apprentices to on-the-job training schemes last year due to a surge in applications from asylum seekers from Afghanistan and Syria, data showed on Wednesday.

Aug 14 2018

'Alive and kicking': German economy shifts into higher gear

BERLIN The German economy picked up more pace than expected in the second quarter, driven by higher household and state spending, suggesting that it is powering ahead despite the threat of a major trade dispute with the United States.

Aug 10 2018

Global Economy: Tariffs and sanctions turmoil may overshadow EU, German growth data

BERLIN U.S. tariffs and sanctions policies are likely to keep investors on their toes in the coming week as European politicians and policymakers continue their summer break, while economic data from Germany and the euro zone will also be in focus.

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