Germany’s economy is the largest of the European Union and the fourth largest in the world. With the largest gross domestic product (GDP) and the biggest population in the EU Germany is the most important market in Europe. Germany is an attractive center for foreign investors. The world’s 500 largest firms have operations in the country, in total around 45,000 foreign companies. In 2007 direct foreign investment stood at US$ 630 billion.
Germany is one of the most highly developed and efficient industrial nations and, after the USA, Japan, and China, has the world’s fourth largest national economy. The German economy focuses on industrially produced goods and services. In particular German mechanical engineering products, vehicles, and chemicals are highly valued internationally. Having been the “export world champion” six times in a row between 2003 and 2008, and in 2009 with exports worth US$ 1,121 billion, German is one of the biggest exporters in the world.
Germany has really come a long way since World War II. Their perseverance and hard work has now made them to be the one of leaders in the world when it comes to exporting. If you want to go to Germany to learn German, we have some schools that you may be interested.
20 lessons per week, FREE School Admin Fees, Materials included, Excluding Dormitory, Long Stay Discount 10% (or more 24 weeks)
US $ 243.41
30 lessons per week, Excluding Dormitory, Long Stay Discount 10% (or more 2 weeks)
US $ 532.10