Deutschland - Information
Here you can find general information about Germany.
Deutschland Portal is the central, non-commercial access to Germany on the Internet. It provides commented link lists in six languages, bundles the German Web offers of high-quality Internet portals and is the virtual international calling card for the Federal Republic of Germany.
Deutschland Portal is sponsored bei Auswärtiges Amt, the Federal Foreign Office.
A Service for Foreign Companies interested in the German Market
The German Business Portal is the central contact platform that steers all inquiries about Germany through the right channels. The goal is to make Germany and its domestic market more transparent to foreign companies interested in Germany as a location for their businesses.
The website was initiated by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and is updated and expanded regularly. Here you can find practical information and relevant industry links in Germany. Through the GBP you can also access many government institutions, associations, Chambers of Industry and Commerce, embassies and international organizations that deal with Germany.
Interested companies can find the answers to questions such as how to obtain a work permit or which import or tax regulations apply to their products.
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Here you can find information about German politics, the German government, the constitution etc.
This is the official Web site of the German Parliament, an excellence resource for research on latest legislation and political trends.
Web site of the permanent conference on culture and education of the ministers of culture of all 16 German federal states
Here you can find the latest news as presented by a variety of German newspapers. News include non-German information as well and tabs with information other than politics
This is a Web site for non-Germans who are preparing to apply for German citizenship. The site offers a lot of information on German law and government, the national anthem, flag, holidays, etc. It also features a free-of-charge sample naturalization test.
The "Young Germany" website is a service of the Societäts-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office, Berlin. It is a career, education and lifestyle guide for young people interested in Germany and German culture.
Here you can find information about land-related topics, such as morphology, topography and weather.
Here you can find information about the German states.
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