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Wolfgang Schäuble
Erdogan's rhetoric makes me stunned, . In a short time, it wilfully destroys the integration that has grown over years in Germany. The repair of the damage will take years.feedback
Mar 26 2017
German trade has been commented on by 8 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about German trade are: Wolfgang Schäuble, Angela Merkel and Steven Mnuchin. For instance, the most recent quote from Wolfgang Schäuble is: “Erdogan's rhetoric makes me stunned, . In a short time, it wilfully destroys the integration that has grown over years in Germany. The repair of the damage will take years.”.
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Wolfgang Schäuble

It's not true we are not agreed. It's completely clear we are not for protectionism. But it wasn't clear what one or another meant by that.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

It's not true we are not agreed. It's completely clear we are not for protectionism. But it wasn't clear what one or another meant by that. At some meetings you cannot reach all that you want to achieve. But that is something we can live with.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

It's about the right wording, it's about the openness of the world trade systems in the final communique.feedback

Steven Mnuchin

It is not our desire to get into trade wars. It is our desire to deal with where there is imbalance in certain trading relationships, that we have a means to address that. And that's something that is important. If you look at our economic policies again, it makes sense for us to readdress certain things.feedback

Angel Gurria - OECD

At the G20 from the very beginning we have been promoting trade as an element of growth, as an element also that can detonate investment flows, which is very crucial for the growth of tomorrow.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

It's possible that we explicitly exclude the topic of trade in Baden-Baden and say that can only be resolved at the summit of the state and government leaders.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

I don't know the exact wording but nobody has raised the issue of protectionism yet and I don't believe that we have to deal with this a lot. It's about finding the right wording, it's about how we phrase the openness of the world trade system in the final communique.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

I am not sure whether it would be very beloved in Paris to say so, but we have our own interest, even after Brexit, to have a strong financial centre in London. We can't move the whole business to Europe and it's better to have it in London than in Singapore or elsewhere in the world.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

There are differing views on this subject. That's my expectation. I'll tell him the arguments that from my point of view speak against changing the tax system of the whole world. I hope that we'll achieve sensible results. I'm not that pessimistic.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

There are differing views on this subject. It's possible that we explicitly exclude the topic of trade in Baden-Baden and say that can only be resolved at the summit of the state and government leaders. This is not the ideal solution, but it would not be such a big deal. That's my expectation. I'll tell him the arguments that from my point of view speak against changing the tax system of the whole world. I hope that we'll achieve sensible results. I'm not that pessimistic.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

In a globalised world, globalised economic protectionism is not successful. We will fight against any protectionism.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

If Greece carries out the reforms, there won't be any problems. If they don't, then there will be problems. I'm confident. Greece is on the right path. I assume it will.feedback

George Katrougalos

(German Finance Minister Wolfgang) Schaeuble has a strategy of a much smaller euro zone.feedback

Angela Merkel

For me it is not a matter of two speeds within the euro zone. The euro zone must remain together. And what we agreed on should be delivered together by all the euro member states.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

The ECB must make policy that works for Europe as a whole. It is too loose for Germany. The euro exchange rate is, strictly speaking, too low for the German economy's competitive position. When ECB chief Mario Draghi embarked on the expansive monetary policy, I told him he would drive up Germany's export surplus. I promised then not to publicly criticise this (policy) course. But then I don't want to be criticised for the consequences of this policy.feedback

Klaus Wohlrabe

So far Donald Trump has had no effect on the current surveys, which surprised us because his remarks would indicate not such a good mood, or sentiment suffering in the German export industry. But surprisingly, export expectations rose, and for now, that sentiment is still very optimistic. But of course nothing concrete has been decided so far.feedback

Sigmar Gabriel

The policies of Angela Merkel and Wolfgang Schaeuble have no doubt contributed to the deep crises in the European Union since 2008, to the isolation of a dominant German government and, through a relentless insistence on austerity, to high unemployment outside Germany. One consequence has been the strengthening of anti-European populist parties and the damaging of not only democracy but also a good investment climate. The continuation of the current policies comes at the cost of sustainable growth. This is also dangerous for Germany.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

The United States also signed international agreements. I don't think a big trade war will break out tomorrow, but we will naturally insist that agreements are upheld.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

Whoever wants growth - and I trust this administration will be a growth-friendly one - must be in favour of open markets. Protectionism can afford short-term advantages but is almost always damaging in the long term.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

If (the IMF) was to decide for some reason to stop participating, the Europeans could have the idea ... (for) a solution of their own within the European currency system.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

The European Central Bank will have the tough task of getting out of the ultra-expansionary monetary policy. It would presumably be right if the ECB dared to exit this year. The problem is the weakness of the other countries, not Germany's strength.feedback

Wolfgang Schäuble

So it is even more important to use these circumstances to make provisions for the future. I will suggest to the lower house of parliament that this surplus of 6.2 billion euros is used to amortize debt.feedback

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