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Sigmar Gabriel

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  1. Merkel Asks German Conservatives to Back Greek Bailout Extension

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has asked her conservative Christian Democratic Union to support the proposed extension of Greece’s bailout programme in a parliament vote this week, AFP reported on ... FULL ARTICLE AT Sofia News Agency

  2. German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Tuesday he was "cautiously optimistic" that progress was being made on talks with Greece about extending its bailout, after Athens submitted reform plans ... FULL ARTICLE AT ekathimerini.com

  1. Support for the TTIP free trade agreement with the US is waning further among Germany's Social Democrats. That's a growing problem for Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel, who's ... FULL ARTICLE AT Deutsche Welle

  2. SPD: Akrobat des Freihandels

    Als Wirtschaftsminister hat Sigmar Gabriel Interesse an einem Abschluss der Freihandelsabkommen mit den USA und Kanada. Als Parteichef weniger. In der SPD gibt es große Bedenken an Ceta und TTIP ... FULL ARTICLE AT Sueddeutsche.de

  3. Germany's Social Democrat vice chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, says Greece's loan extension request is a "starting point for negotiations." His remark appears to contradict conservative Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble. FULL ARTICLE AT Deutsche Welle

  1. Germany’s Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Thursday Greece’s proposal to extend a loan agreement was insufficient FULL ARTICLE AT ekathimerini.com

  2. Schlagabtausch: Parteichefs teilen zum politischen Aschermittwoch aus

    SPD-Chef Sigmar Gabriel und CSU-Boss Horst Seehofer haben sich in Bayern einen Schlagabtausch geliefert. FULL ARTICLE AT Sueddeutsche.de

  3. German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Wednesday welcomed a signal from Greece that it was ready to negotiate after it said it would submit a request to the euro zone ... FULL ARTICLE AT ekathimerini.com

  4. Germany eyes part-privatisation for infrastructure projects: Report

    German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel is weighing up a partial privatisation of infrastructure to allow private investors to co-finance the building of streets, schools and bridges, a German newspaper reported. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times, India

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Sigmar Gabriel (born 12 September 1959 in Goslar) is a German politician, a member of SPD. Gabriel was born in Goslar. After Gerhard Glogowski resigned, Gabriel became Minister-President of Lower Saxony on 15 December 1999 and served until 4 March 2003. He is currently serving as Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety minister in the cabinet of Angela... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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