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Full episode 16.10.12 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC

Made in Germany - The Business Magazine

Full episode

Made in Germany - The Business Magazine

Topic Berlin/ Klaus-Juergen Gern, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut fuer Weltwirtschaft an der Universitaet Kiel (v.l.), Oliver Holtemoeller, Koordinator des Forschungsschwerpunktes Makrooekonomische Prognosen und Politikanalysen am Institut fuer Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH), Roland Doehrn, Leiter des Kompetenzbereichs Wachstum und Konjunktur des Rheinisch-Westfaelischen Instituts fuer Wirtschaftsforschung (RWI), Joachim Scheide, Sprecher des Instituts fuer Weltwirtschaft an der Universitaet Kiel, und Kai Carstensen, Bereichsleiter Konjunktur und Befragungen des ifo Instituts, stehen am Donnerstag (11.10.12) in der Bundespressekonferenz in Berlin bei einer Pressekonferenz der fuehrenden Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute zur Vorstellung des Herbstgutachtens fuer die konjunkturelle Entwicklung nebeneinander. Die Eurokrise daempft die deutsche Konjunktur staerker als bisher erwartet und bremst auch die Dynamik auf dem Arbeitsmarkt. Zu diesem Schluss kommen die fuehrenden Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute in ihrem Herbstgutachten. Daher wird die konjunkturelle Expansion vorerst schwach bleiben und erst im Verlauf des kommenden Jahres wieder leicht anziehen, erklaeren die Institute in ihrem Gutachten. (zu dapd-Text)
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Uncertain Futures - Predicting Economic Growth

Topic 19.06.2012 DW MADE IN GERMANY Herr Scheide

Predictions vs. Reality - Who Needs Economic Forecasts?

Topic 18.10.2012 made in germany braun

Health Matters - German Medical Technology in International Demand

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Algeria - Petrobillions for the Construction Industry

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World Champion: Washtec

Can modern medical technology improve the quality of life? Medical research is making enormous progress, but the more sophisticated medical techniques are, the more expensive treatment becomes. What would a modern, affordable health care system look like. That's just one of the questions being discussed at the "World Health Summit."

Made in Germany takes a introductory look at the medical technology company B.Braun from the town of Melsungen.

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Uncertain Futures - Predicting Economic Growth

"Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future" - no one knows exactly who said this, but it's usually attributed to German theater performer Karl Valentin or Mark Twain. But one thing is clear: all the fall assessments of recent years have missed the mark. So what's to be made of this year's report?

It predicts that next year, even Germany's normally robust economy will be hit by the euro crisis.
 

Predictions vs. Reality - Who Needs Economic Forecasts?

What do economic forecasters base their outlooks on? And how do their forecasts affect other factors in the European economy? We'll be asking our studio guest this week Joachim Scheide, economic expert at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy Institute.

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Health Matters - German Medical Technology in International Demand

The town of Melsungen in Hessen is known as "Brauntown". Home to a population of 15,000, the town is dominated by the medical and pharmaceutical company, B. Braun. It's one of the world's largest manufacturers of intravenous solutions, monitoring apparatus and other medical devices. Its high-tech equipment is in demand abroad, and the company exports to Asia, Africa and South America.

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Algeria - Petrobillions for the Construction Industry

Rich in oil and gas, the Algerian state invests its petro billions primarily in boosting the country's infrastructure, and often call in German expertise when it comes to ambitious construction projects such as universities or the metro system in Algiers. The Strabag construction company was involved in this gigantic project.

World Champion: Washtec

The automatic carwash is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Not many people know that it is a German invention - even though on average, German motorists take their cars to the carwash eight times a year. In 1962, two men from Augsburg received a patent for the world’s first automated car-washing mechanism. Today, German company Washtec is the world market leader in car-washing technology.

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  • Date 16.10.12 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC
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  • Date 16.10.12 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC
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    17.10.12 | 09:30 - 10:00 UTC
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