German Press Review

The following are major news items on leading German newspapers on Tuesday.

Sueddeutsche Zeitung

The economy in Germany is growing, exports are reaching new records every year, and unemployment is as low as it has been for a long time.
However, the German Ministry for Economic and Labour (BMWi) fears that people with low incomes will hardly profit from economic growth.

Bild Zeitung

“I believe it is time for the European Union (EU) member states to discuss the strategic implications of the interference of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a national election campaign,” said the EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn in Brussels on Monday.

Die Welt

According to a study published by the German Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IW) around 88 percent of employed persons in Germany were satisfied or very satisfied with their work in 2015.
In the European Union (EU) average, 86 percent persons were satisfied with their working conditions.

Frankfurter Allgmeine Zeitung

On Monday, the U.S. President Donald Trump announced a stronger engagement of the U.S. armed forces in Afghanistan and wants to take the allies into the duty.

A quick withdrawal from Afghanistan would create a vacuum that would benefit extremists, said President Trump at a military base near Washington.