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"Made in Germany" takes a new look at the world of business bringing you in-depth business reports with a clear German-European focus. The "Made in Germany" reporters bring you the news direct from die global markets, follow companies on their way to the stock market, and are always on top of the latest business trends. Each week we talk to acknowledged experts for their take on the newest developments. A business programme with short but in - depth reports - DW-TV proves it can be done. "Made in Germany" is a 30-minute business programme broadcast once a week from the heart of Europe. Each show features four short business reports. "Made in Germany" is broadcast in German and English. The show is aimed at decision-makers, business travellers and everyone interested in closely following the latest business trends in Germany and Europe. The show's moderators - Katrin Prüfig presents the German show and Andrea Sanke the English version - are competent and convincing. "Made in Germany" pays particularly close attention to developments in die New Economy. In co-operation with the German business paper "Handelsblatt", we bring you the latest e-business trends and profile innovative startups that are breathing new life into the old economy. "Made in Germany" makes business news exciting without neglecting solid analysis. Every show features an interview with a leading business world insider such as Deutsche Bank chief economist Norbert Walter or former German Employers' Association (BDI) president Hans-Olaf Henkel - experts with unparalleled insight into Eurozone growth as well as developments on the international markets.

"Made in Germany" takes a new look at the world of business bringing you in-depth business reports with a clear German-European focus. The "Made in Germany" reporters bring you the news direct from die global markets, follow companies on their way to the stock market, and are always on top of the latest business trends. Each week we talk to acknowledged experts for their take on the newest developments. A business programme with short but in - depth reports - DW-TV proves it can be done. "Made in Germany" is a 30-minute business programme broadcast once a week from the heart of Europe. Each show features four short business reports. "Made in Germany" is broadcast in German and English. The show is aimed at decision-makers, business travellers and everyone interested in closely following the latest business trends in Germany and Europe. The show's moderators - Katrin Prüfig presents the German show and Andrea Sanke the English version - are competent and convincing. "Made in Germany" pays particularly close attention to developments in die New Economy. In co-operation with the German business paper "Handelsblatt", we bring you the latest e-business trends and profile innovative startups that are breathing new life into the old economy. "Made in Germany" makes business news exciting without neglecting solid analysis. Every show features an interview with a leading business world insider such as Deutsche Bank chief economist Norbert Walter or former German Employers' Association (BDI) president Hans-Olaf Henkel - experts with unparalleled insight into Eurozone growth as well as developments on the international markets.
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Köln, Germany

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Business

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DW Germany

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"Made in Germany" takes a new look at the world of business bringing you in-depth business reports with a clear German-European focus. The "Made in Germany" reporters bring you the news direct from die global markets, follow companies on their way to the stock market, and are always on top of the latest business trends. Each week we talk to acknowledged experts for their take on the newest developments. A business programme with short but in - depth reports - DW-TV proves it can be done. "Made in Germany" is a 30-minute business programme broadcast once a week from the heart of Europe. Each show features four short business reports. "Made in Germany" is broadcast in German and English. The show is aimed at decision-makers, business travellers and everyone interested in closely following the latest business trends in Germany and Europe. The show's moderators - Katrin Prüfig presents the German show and Andrea Sanke the English version - are competent and convincing. "Made in Germany" pays particularly close attention to developments in die New Economy. In co-operation with the German business paper "Handelsblatt", we bring you the latest e-business trends and profile innovative startups that are breathing new life into the old economy. "Made in Germany" makes business news exciting without neglecting solid analysis. Every show features an interview with a leading business world insider such as Deutsche Bank chief economist Norbert Walter or former German Employers' Association (BDI) president Hans-Olaf Henkel - experts with unparalleled insight into Eurozone growth as well as developments on the international markets.

Language:

English


Episodes

Business Bauhaus - Episode 1: Social housing

2/20/2019
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With space dwindling in cities worldwide, demand is rising for affordable homes. The likes of Walter Gropius and Bruno Taut paved the way for social housing. Today they continue to inspire city planners and architects.

Duration:00:06:12

Potsdamer Platz - Waste disposal goes underground

2/20/2019
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As the world’s cities grow, so does the waste they produce. What do you do with it all? Downtown Berlin’s answer is a labyrinth of underground disposal tunnels.

Duration:00:04:24

Skyscraper elevators: up, down and sideways

2/20/2019
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Thyssen-Krupp wants to revolutionize elevators using magnetic levitation - with a cable-less cabin that can also go sideways. The company is conducting tests on a monumental scale on the edge of Germany’s Black Forest.

Duration:00:05:10

IOTA - Cryptocurrency for smart cities

2/19/2019
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IOTA is a relatively new cryptocurrency. It was launched in 2015, and features technology that is set to be used in the development of smart cities. MADE met up with co-founder Dominik Schiener.

Duration:00:03:46

Megacities - overcrowded with more coming

2/19/2019
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Urban areas with over 10 million inhabitants are classed as megacities. Currently most of them are located in Asia. High birth rates and urban migration, however, have also made megacities a growing phenomenon in Africa.

Duration:00:02:36

Rebooting after the crash

2/12/2019
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The Boardroom is an employment agency that helps corporate types get a new job after their careers take an unpleasant turn. Managing director Claus Verfürth knows how it feels: He too was once fired.

Duration:00:04:10

Greece: Edging back from the brink

2/12/2019
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The government-debt crisis that hit a decade ago plunged countless Greeks into poverty and caused the economy to shrink by a quarter. Many companies folded. But others survived, at least in part due to the tenacity of their owners.

Duration:00:04:27

Don't Call Me Bossy: Eva Hönnecke

2/12/2019
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Is it just men who want to have power and sport the badges of success? Or do women do so too? We ask management coach Eva Hönnecke.

Duration:00:02:46

Putting the art in artificial intelligence

2/6/2019
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What is more human than artistic creation? Well, here too AI is on the march and causing a rethink of creativity. Computers can generate paintings and contribute to new works in co-operation with human artists.

Duration:00:04:55

Silicon Valley - Diary of a founder

2/5/2019
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At 17, Rubin Lind founded a company. Two years later, he left Germany for Silicon Valley. He wanted to test the myth that you can make it from penniless dishwasher to self-made man.

Duration:00:06:42

Are tech giants out of control?

2/5/2019
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Corporations such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple wield massive power, and are changing the way we live. They quash smaller rivals; they find ways to pay little tax; governments struggle to regulate them. What is to be done?

Duration:00:03:16

Face-to-face with Matthew Liao

2/5/2019
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We talk to the NYU philosophy professor about AI and ethics. As computers and robots act ever more autonomously, the question arises: What kind of ethical constraints are or should be in place? Can computers be taught to act morally?

Duration:00:02:59

From worthless junk to Big Data

1/29/2019
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Obsolete, unused, forgotten - stacks of patents are just sitting around in drawers at the Patent Office. Once promising ideas, some are no longer relevant in today's world. But in bundles by the thousands, they're actually very valuable.

Duration:00:03:59

Second chance for first impressions?

1/29/2019
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The job interview - a place where judgements are made in a matter of seconds. Friendly or unfriendly? Competent or incompetent? We form first impressions subconsciously, and rarely give people a second chance.

Duration:00:03:49

In with the old!

1/29/2019
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Lots of people sell their stuff online, like clothes and old smartphones. And there are companies behind these online markets, cashing in on the second hand goods. But it's not always easy. Quality fluctuates and there's not always enough stock.

Duration:00:04:11

The rise, fall and rise of a brand

1/29/2019
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Metz once enjoyed a reputation for quality, made-in-Germany TVs. But the company was driven into the ground by cheaper imports. Successor Metz Mechatech now hopes a new electric scooter will get them on track. But it's still banned in Germany.

Duration:00:04:16

Second chance for the homeless

1/29/2019
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Patrick Jensen lived rough for ten years. Someone gave him a chance at a new start, but after just a few weeks he was back on the streets again. Maybe some people need more than one second chance.

Duration:00:04:34

Does my trench coat match my grenade?

1/22/2019
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A popular myth says that the metal rings on a trench coat belt are where you clip your hand grenades. Gerhard Elfers takes a sharp look at the overcoat originally worn by British military officers that’s now a wardrobe mainstay.

Duration:00:02:00

Weapons – An explosive industry

1/22/2019
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The weapons industry is comparatively small but it’s often in the headlines. German weapons manufacturers can’t sell to just anyone – the government has the final say. But why? An interview with the German weapons industry’s top lobbyist.

Duration:00:04:34

Cyber defense troops in Estonia

1/22/2019
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In Estonia, just about every sector operates online, from health to education to financial transactions. That makes the country vulnerable to cyberattack. The most effective weapon against cybercriminals is a rather offline affair – user training.

Duration:00:04:00