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Full episode 05.02.13 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC

Made in Germany - The Business Magazine

Full episode

Made in Germany - The Business Magazine

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Germany's Energy Revolution - Who Will Pay the Price?

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Greece - A Management Consultant's Advice for Surviving the Crisis

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Debt Crisis: Have we survived the worst?

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Business in the Arab World: Young Skilled Workers in Tunisia

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Social Entrepreneurs: Follow Your Heart

The notion of wasting to make other people richer didn’t appeal to Elisabeth Hahnke. Instead of taking the regular career route, she started the social project "Rock your Life!" It has college students coaching disadvantaged pupils and helping them to improve their job chances. "Made in Germany" looks at a new generation of young talent.

Topics

Germany's Energy Revolution - Who Will Pay the Price?

Not everyone supports Germany's decision to promote renewable energy, which expects consumers to foot the bill for wind and solar power infrastructure. Some people are angry, and some businesses fear for their very existence. But while some companies with high-energy needs are exempt from surcharges to cover the cost of switching to renewables, others are being forced to pay.

Report by Dan Hirschfeld.

Greece - A Management Consultant's Advice for Surviving the Crisis

Greece is still grappling with its debt crisis. The country is stuck in a recession and no one can rule out the possibility of bankruptcy. In Athens, management consultant Leonidas Damianidis is trying to save Greek companies from going under, too. His advice is to concentrate on foreign markets -- Germany in particular.

Report by Miltiades Arsenopoulos.

Debt Crisis: Have we survived the worst?

Many economists, bankers and analysts are saying that the worst of the euro crisis is behind us. We ask Ansgar Belke, a financial market expert at the University of Duisburg-Essen whether people are celebrating too soon.

Business in the Arab World: Young Skilled Workers in Tunisia

Before the Jasmine Revolution, some 26 percent of young men in Tunisia were unemployed. Discontent with their situation helped spark the movement for change there. German company Marquardt, which produces switching systems in Tunis, is trying to provide jobs for many young skilled workers. Marquardt employs 1500 people already, but is now hiring more engineers as it enlarges its factory.

Report by Julia Henrichmann and Mabrouka Khedir.

Social Entrepreneurs: Follow Your Heart

The notion of wasting to make other people richer didn’t appeal to Elisabeth Hahnke. Instead of taking the regular career route, she started the social project "Rock your Life!" It has college students coaching disadvantaged pupils and helping them to improve their job chances. "Made in Germany" looks at a new generation of young talent.

Report by Carmen Meyer.

  • Date 05.02.13 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC
  • Broadcast times 06.02.13 | 03:03 - 03:30 UTC, 06.02.13 | 09:30 - 10:00 UTC, 06.02.13 | 14:30 - 15:00 UTC, 07.02.13 | 07:30 - 08:00 UTC, 07.02.13 | 18:03 - 18:30 UTC
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  • Date 05.02.13 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC
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    06.02.13 | 03:03 - 03:30 UTC
    06.02.13 | 09:30 - 10:00 UTC
    06.02.13 | 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
    07.02.13 | 07:30 - 08:00 UTC
    07.02.13 | 18:03 - 18:30 UTC
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