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tv   Business - News  Deutsche Welle  November 24, 2018 6:15pm-6:30pm CET

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prime minister. coming at the top of the hour thank you for watching. closely. carefully. since you choose to do to.
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discover who. subscribe to the documentary on you tube. the decision was eagerly awaited in tokyo and around the world for hours newshounds top executives held consultations with their chief executive hero. than it was done . was fired is next on chairman. has plunged from his plush executive suite to a cell in this tokyo jail he's accused of underreporting his income by millions of euros over five years and misusing company assets for personal gain rumors that masonic. behind his full spread fast. the other one third sort of coup d'etat by.
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those who didn't like him denounced him internally to make him fall. colors go on as one of the most successful auto company managers of all time in one thousand nine hundred sixty began restructuring failing french carmaker renel. three years later he engineered the alliance with. he soon had this company back on the road to success as well. holds a forty three percent stake in this and giving the french a lot of power in the company through to even appointing minister on board. the japanese company has only a fifteen percent stake in rhino leaving it with no effective vote or power over its french partner. it's reported that goldman's arrest came as he was trying to put together a complete amalgamation of nisson and renault apparently the plans were almost
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ready but a total merger would have cemented in a sense position as the weaker partner even though the company is performing better than renault. journalist caught up with c.e.o. in front of his house they were eager to hear if in fact gone had been working on a total run on a sun tire before he was arrested. no i haven't heard that. japan's government was quick to quash fears of a run on a sun alliance collapse. what's important for now is to ensure the alliance between renault and nissan remained stable we want. carlos gomez career appears to be collapsing however he faces up to ten years in jail are found guilty. this week the european commission decided to begin excess deficit procedures against italy for what if says if excessive public spending it's the first time a member states budget has been rejected but the commission is determined to
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prevent italy from increasing its debt burden currently one hundred thirty percent of g.d.p. and therefore twice the e.u. limits. the procedures could burn a further hole initially parkas with a fine of up to almost three and a half billion euros. he cares to slash seven and a half thousand jobs around the world as a chip small towards online retail workers in communications and administrative functions are most likely to get the axe it's a rare case of restructuring for the swedish furniture giant which has so far appeared immune to the fate of many brick and mortar store operators but a decline in foot traffic has prompted the company to expand its online presence u.k.'s says it will increase hiring in its digital sales division of something which could potentially add ten thousand jobs to the company. germany's siemens conglomerate has been awarded a one and a half billion year old contract to build trains for london's underground rail
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network the company will produce a total of ninety four trains for the piccadilly line which carries some seven hundred thousand passengers a day to the site offering more comfort the new carriages will also post a larger capacity to cater for london's rising population in this city is expected to have ten million residents by twenty thirty that's one and a half million more than today. of the latest i phones a flop that's the question many investors seem to be asking themselves as apple's share price tumbled earlier in the week. the wall street journal had said lower than expected demand that prompted the company to slash production of all three i phone models it launched in september. and october apple shares did surged to a record high but that was before denounced of the coming quarter would not much expectations. germany is currently
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considering the introduction of mass surveillance to ensure that diesel bans in city centers are properly enforced at the same time an increasing number of the vilified vehicles are being sold to eastern europe they're selling in croatia and little ania and ukraine from whether sold on to russia and central asia. diesels are highly popular in the ukrainian city of knots because folks like passat has just arrived from germany it meets the e.u. zero five emission standards become extended close look at this they know they'll have to remove its catalytic converter in a few months at the latest. used to low here. without emissions control systems the diesels pump unfiltered toxic gases and particles straight into the air because regular inspections for cars are not legally required in ukraine exhaust systems can be manipulated without fear of detection it's easy for experienced mechanics to remove an exhaust emissions control unit and replace
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it with a section of straight pipe if the conversion is clogged the vehicle bone starfish. diagnostic computer the problem is very often a clogged up catalytic converter sometimes we cut the converter out sometimes we can repair it. the ukrainian says you look at the population of two hundred forty thousand the air is foul and eighty two percent of the pollution comes from cars and trucks there's also a market here twice a week trading mostly diesels private operators import the cars mostly from germany diesels meeting ultra e.u. emissions standards which get registered in poland or lithuania can be driven as transit vehicles here for up to a year only the later euro five standard cars are allowed to be officially imported . but as you know many worries about the environment and that's why the
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price of diesel is falling. germany understands its people and spends a lot of money on environmental protection. throughout the city a number of stations are constantly measuring air quality there was a show that only two other ukrainian cities how filthy air than here. is filling up with sub standard german diesels. there will most certainly become dirtier because diesels a fuel that's so bad for the environment. diesels have become hard to sell in germany so now they're floating on to eastern european markets the germans have simply outsourced their diesel emissions problems. dolce and gabbana hope to shanghai fashion show with over one hundred models and fourteen hundred guests were to stop us the brand as the talk of the town but the
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luxury goods company canceled the show on wednesday following a p.r. apocalypse. first saw a chinese woman attempting to eat pizza using chopsticks while a male voiceover gives her directions posted on dottie and gabbana social media accounts the clips sparked fury in china. accusations of racism and cultural ignorance quickly followed. if they continue to adopt this vicious attitude then of course we can't accept this and we need to boycott the brand but if they apologize and truly recognize their mistake it would be understandable. to do so. and berners it was biased and showed misunderstanding towards china we feel very uncomfortable when we see it. to make matters worse the browns cofounders define a banner known for being outspoken later appear to insult chinese people in
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a private chat on instagram the designer later claimed his a kind had been hijacked in a statement dalton cabana underwhelm many described events as unfortunate as the damage was done anyway calls for a boycott ensued the chinese government even weighed in calling out the fashion house for lacking respect china is a potentially huge market for dalton bama the brand had been hoping to make a major splash with its shanghai fashion show instead it's becoming the talk of the town for all the wrong reasons. cattle country in the heart of south africa ranch an excess fontayne produces some of the country's best beef in many ways he's one of south africa's former white elite who once owned ninety percent of the country and his company cern it produces before local consumption and export to asia and the middle east the government is considering new plans to expropriate land without compensation but rather than
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pitting white against black seventeen has sent an open letter to president serum opposer calling for cooperation. put a long time experience here that the image you form is going through. because mainly because of the corruption the favoritism the lack of political will and that's why the started to write that bridge that. seventeen says any land program must involve experience commercial farmers mentoring new potential pharmacy. yeah we want them to learn so that in the near future they can be able to be able to be productive so nick has already equipped seventy five emerging farmers with practical skills and theory. there are plans to train more than six hundred other emerging farmers in the next three years. i can be an employee. people i can use these to start my own business and. every kid couldn't walk. twenty four years after the end of apartheid the majority
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of government land reform projects have failed and most commercially successful agriculture remains in white hands seventeen's project on the other hand is showing signs of success in two years solomon massai went from petrol attendant to successful lamb and cattle farmer after completing sir nick straining program. the problem is our government gives. the black people and without any support. that's why i. always feel that's why serfontein wants the government to adopt his model going to read it through a few years ago in this room i enter the political world from prison sort of the moment and commercial farmers all on board and there's some new initiative striking wolf at the moment which is going to throw its formal entry form into a few. collaborative approach that could just work out in
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a country still divided along jagged racial lines. in a good shape enhancing performance with drugs michael steele says of l.s.d. to boost creativity cannabis to relieve pain. not always legal but increasingly part of our daily lives. when are drugs harmful and who can they help. d.w. . a melting pot of conscience. a fellowship a faith. in the sense. a
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