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KCSMMHZ
Nov 27, 2012 9:30am PST
new middle class in china is starting to develop a taste for french wine. investors are seeing new opportunities in the big wine regions, and not unexpectedly, it is a development which is not popular with some of the french. >> it seems everything she turns her hand to is a success. she is one of china's biggest celebrities -- singer, model, actress -- and now honor of a prestigious french vineyard. it was in french hands for four centuries before the chinese came. in china, red wine has become the latest new thing, and increasing numbers of chinese are heading to france to invest in their very own vineyard. >> i tried several other lines before, but when i came here, everything was just right -- the building, the surroundings, everything. i fell in love with the place straightaway, and the wine. >> time for a toast with the previous owner, who is obviously pleased with the sale. the purchase price is undisclosed. chinese buyers often pay much more than the norm. even if they do not understand each other, everyone understands the language of money. business is conducted through an
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Mar 2, 2014 11:30pm PST
thought a sponge that i can post my knee. we have reports china urged its name implies punch in the sink she was admitted to the situation to its own when one faked. don't you go. fatah. what a shithole the future. giovanni change. you can call it george bush. she doesn't quit. we're short on which we all should free up time. it will go forward on a hot chick christian walk. long john. she changes. tell me i'm cute but after going into it. part two of the johnstone said to me. the change wanting to sue the. a huge change. job. duke. lance was it comes at a time of transition for the promised son. as you listen denied troops patrol ahead of me getting dead dying as a concept that one e predictions that contained the country its first knew he didn't since two thousand and one. china has been stepping up its engagement with other decent days in dc months when it comes to the nice time meeting the stick in that state the concerns that need to killer quick fix to beat a team that country it's good to be all went into china is just a fun destination of xinjiang. he was issued. georgie who
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Mar 16, 2014 11:30pm PDT
stockings with china based comply with guidelines. this takes blended fuel working conditions and affect safety conditions on knox get up to the standards and and and lessen as a disappointed. i think it's it's stretching it a bit too far because yes i call and they're suppose to be inspecting it is fifteen hundred factories and in september and two hundred and fifty inspections out to be completed within this month seems that hardly begun. i mean they've only stock in inspecting since it's obvious that there will be disappointments but there is also a corrective action plan to funnel. so bryson not in stone disappointment is not the best thing to do at this point because i am the guidelines have been made out by accolade in the lines very specific in the wee tad bit challenging guidelines for the industry. and it is not possible for us to change everything overnight. so before we have been given a chance to rectify our current state. i think it's a little too unfair to say that you know be a non complying. i've been off work. that knowledge to safety inspections are going. but that is k
PBS
Sep 23, 2013 12:30pm PDT
, fresh from the market. a bit like thick leaves of cabbage. >> it is an everyday food in china. they are cheap, not like lobster. they cost just five to eight euros a kilo. most people can afford that. >> preparation is easy, says the chef. just chop them up. in china, people eat jellyfish with cucumber, ginger, and soy sauce. presented nicely, it is already health-conscious parisian could desire. plenty of protein and little fat. the restaurant sells about 30 chinese style jellyfish salads and a -- a day. >> the salad has a natural fresh taste. the jellyfish does not have much taste itself. it is mostly water. people do not need to worry. even if the word jellyfish does not sound appetizing. >> the reporter can only confirm that. the jellyfish is quite firm and not wobbly, a bit like a thin slice of carrot but with the fantastic taste of the sea. can the jellyfish invasion be halted by eating them? should we take on the role of predators? maybe it is time to reconsider what is washed up on the beaches every day. to view it not as an unappetizing mess, but instead is a fresh and natural
PBS
Apr 11, 2014 4:30am PDT
the gravestones revealed that many of these deadbeat come from his home city in china now the ones to send theheir names to the archives at home in the hope of finding some descendants. so called good ca i will call what i think this is important to us says up being the person that there's ever my ancestors that said i would want to know what happened here in france. people can stay you know how they experience the war. undaunted i will post the plug in cd. even after one hundred years the chinese in france want to preserve the memory of the fate of their countrymen so they'll be back next year to observe each evening festival among the graves when he answered me. it is still tense between the west and russia after the annexation of crimea the baltic states in particular have been what's the most is that removing ukraine very closely the governance of us need to for help. the lady that president putin might secretly planned to seize as standing in line and hit twenty weeks like ukraine will south regions with a large russian speaking population. knew. and not buying this tenure for
PBS
Feb 2, 2014 1:00pm PST
work with young offenders in china to try them out of the world of drug dealing and family feuds and then test. the bbc should be making it's very hard and because we have to challenge the father to hear everyone identifies with their father mother or grandfather in law to these youngsters saying no to that empty tummies breaking their emotional ties to their families. but don't eat them says this is essential that the crimes they are committing their increasing and brutality often he sees twelve and thirteen year olds who consulted people with knights in the mountains are little help. not even with the youngest of ten years katie oddly enough they're women who are against us even though they know is that our actions are the only way to keep their kids out of prison or if it keeps them from getting killed. currently on john steed and orders fifteen teenagers are living with host families far away from the criminal families. isn't the same time armed robbery like so many kids his age he says he was dreaming of getting rich. final exams he's planning to study law and the commentary
KCSMMHZ
Oct 24, 2011 9:30am PDT
is popular in countries like china and angola. >> i feel quite proud about it. getting my dairy products on markets around the globe gives a boost to ireland. >> the amount of food leaving dublin ports is growing all the time. that is helping the celtic tiger discovered its roar. at the same time, imports are dropping. purchasing power remains weak. the crisis is not over yet. this dublin family has been hit hard. the teacher and mother of four only has money for the bare essentials. there is nothing left for luxuries. >> a few years ago, because i work all the time, i find i go to different shops to get the bargains. i go to aldi or some of the other things. >> her husband paid's -- her husband's pay has been cut by 20 percent. they are 3000 euros worse off per year. >> we try to get through. some weeks are tough. we have to make the mortgage. the two things that are being paid are the mortgage and the food. other things are pushed to the side. you have to ask people to wait for money you owe them. it is constant. both of us are working at it is getting harder and harder to mak
LINKTV
Aug 21, 2014 7:30am PDT
japan or china, have their mobile loans glued to their hands -- mobile phones glued to their hands. you cannot talk to them, and you cannot tell if they enjoyed what they ate because they always just smile. >> some restaurant and hotel owners fail to grasp the seriousness of the situation. high prices and mediocre quality is not only affecting visitor numbers but also the reputation of the nation, which was known to celebrate the joie de vivre, but maybe not anymore. >> in times of economic crisis, people tend to withdraw and become more conservative and distant, both privately and professionally. then we have the fact that the french have always considered themselves to be the best at everything. they think foreign tourists will keep on coming to paris regardless, so that they do nono have a different view. hundreds of so-called greeters can now be seen on the streets of paris showing visitors around free of charge and doing what pthey can to polish the tarnishd french image. >> it's a local one. it's not done very far from here . >> yeah, i like it. >> it is so much cheaper here
PBS
Aug 13, 2013 2:00am PDT
. thousands of tourists from india and china exploring europe say that the glacier is a must-see destination. >> you like the snow? >> very much. >> we have come to see the ice. >> to get to the ice, the tourists need to travel to two stations below. it is a swiss village that lives from tourism. glacier promises icy enjoyment no matter the season. glaciologist shows us a photograph from the 1970's. it was shot right here. the comparison shows us how much of it has melted away. >> above the cliff face, there was a layer of ice about 10 or 20 meters thick if not more. >> that is all gone? >> all gone. you can see the ice fracture further up in the picture. what is there today is a large gap. you can see the stone beneath. this glacier will not survive the second half of this century. >> tourists are supposed to be kept in the dark about this. they are amazed by the glittering ice around them. the head of marketing for the cable cars fears that his frozen golden goose may melt away. he's using air conditioning to keep the shaft of the grotto at -7 degrees all the time. >> if we can
PBS
Feb 10, 2013 1:00pm PST
the population of india and china, tre's awfu lot of people being born every day. there is room here. i think people will drift in this direction. the island is not prejudiced. in fact, i think they could not care less as long as people come in. that is what you need. >> his idea is simple -- anyone who does not want to work with sheep can collect seaweed instead. it is widely used in the cosmetics industry. he says the tourist industry could be expanded. the mayor has already broht one new family to the island, but th are scottish. both adults are employed by the local council. the mother works as a home care for the elderly while the father repairs to roads unloading supplies from ships and also works as a fireman. the family rents one of two new houses recently built by the council. >> the house you live in previously was bigger than this one? th one was a chance of a detached house. we are quite happy with it. it suits us, actually. >> most people who are interested in living here would like to buy a property, preferably one of the old forms here. the problem is that no one is se
LINKTV
Dec 5, 2013 7:30am PST
about china. then they will ask you not to go with their daughter. - no, they won't. - they will probably say that you're both too young. but that's silly. we're both 17. that's what they will say, but what they will mean... is they don't want you involved with sara because you are chinese. i think you're wrong. the grayson's aren't like that. perhaps. i hope you're right. - so, did you find out ? - well, i started talking to the foreman of the crew-- - and you found out what it's going to be ? - yes, a laundromat. a laundromat ? good ! i can bring my clothes in the morning, and wash them while i'm working here. did you hear, mr. brashov ? it's going to be a laundromat next door. - a laundromat ? not good. - why not ? they'll be coming in here all the time asking for change for the machines... and never buying anything. a place like that is going to be nothing but a nuisance. you'll see. no water ! oh, now what ? jamal. see what is wrong back there. - could you change this for me ? - certainly. you wouldn't happen to know the number of the department of water and power, would you
PBS
Sep 22, 2013 1:30pm PDT
created, and that is what his sins. >> people came from china. they said that it had healing properties and they were being healed of various illnesses by coming to visit it. you cannot help but be excited when you see people getting that from your design. >> many believed the crop circles were simply too sophisticated to have been man- made. and then there was the similarity to stonehenge. could it really have been a coincidence that this ancient monument was also found in wilshire? >> a proliferation of ancient sites 2000 or 3000 years old all around you here and at other locations where these things appear, possibly right in there lies the answer. >> both stonehenge and crop circles draw thousands to wilshire each year. for them, it is all about the mystery. >> it's got squares and channels. >> they do feel something really strong. it is like a charge of energy. >> it actually could be intelligent life. >> even though there are fewer crop circles appearing in wilshire, tourists at the crop circle infrastructure -- info center have their own theories. >> my instinct tells me that anyt
PBS
Jan 18, 2014 10:00am PST
soulful sounds idyllic scenes that show don't know what euthanasia is legal in north china would have been spontaneously are asked of this song is or isn't enough was enough to be decided in the heavens that i put in the oscar penance to kill us all. did she the girl with cancer at the beginning of our report is now a healthy young woman of twenty two but stephanie and eight as an insider's view of euthanasia anything them immensely and was disappointed because i think people who choose euthanasia can consciously say good bye. maybe he means with the better stealing and more peace. and if they choose palliative care and slowly drift away. it was an eye. i was shocked when he confronted a choice when she was here. when she was very close to town. i was a techie black crime in this directive tie. adeline has plenty of experience fending off political attacks. just copy your data. hundreds of thousands of people take to the streets they campaigned against deadlines is on a consensus government. and in favor of them all into society. bought this protest didn't seem to faze the prime minis
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Feb 15, 2014 11:00pm PST
goods to discover that not much happens because most of them are pretty skinny guinea china russia and ukraine friends are either forced or simply made up. we shared the team and his clique board in the district capital to the boulder police that is on the scope of it than that to them i'm with you and i think that semantic on a real friend has a colonial theme today. who say we know from telephone calls that greg pak it's like this one be found on the paper known as red paprika is it that funny just on advice to those who settle now focused on the coach though. you authorities are doing what they can to stop the smuggling and that includes tracking suspected smugglers phones. listen up on unity delivery of red paprika is going tomorrow you can earn twenty two on heroes in a single night. eu is planning to take further action and to teach you a free packet of cigarettes with an inspection can make it possible to trace the cost of goods from production to say. two romanian police officers are not convinced they expect to be spending their nights chasing those involved in one of euro
LINKTV
Oct 31, 2013 7:30am PDT
brought that back from china. it's beautiful. are you a fan of chinese art ? not unless you count wonton soup. try one. what are they ? foie gras. ah, goose liver. very fancy. i practically grew up on this stuff. yeah, me too. andrew, may i have a word ? gracias. i was very impressed with your translating skills miss rivera. thank you. rosa's a student in the business class that i'm teaching this month. and who says there's no point in higher education ? max is one of my investors. andrew. this is quite a little gathering you've put together here. i see lots of dollars coming your way. let's hope so. well, you've certainly caused a fuss over that painting. sure looks like it. so, are you going to introduce me to your new friend ? this is rosa rivera. i'm libby flanders. hi. hello. it's nice to meet you. so, what do you think it's about ? excuse me ? the painting. libby, please. "please" what ? i'd really like to know what she thinks of it. i'm sure everyone is interested in her opinion. well, it's obviously a statement about chaos. nonsense ! it represents the clash between reason
PBS
Apr 25, 2014 4:30am PDT
been a crossroads for greeks romans. sometimes they just love it people. ancient trade routes to china passed through here. this melting pot produced a wealth of arts and culture. i know. it falls victim to a nest was complex the referendum was held to one month ago the simple question on the questionnaire was ideal for or against independence. the win also came after emailing talking about the referendum that was held right to the house appeared in ut. hundreds of years ago the region of the nice as in northern italy was an independent republic and today many people arafat up with being under the isa from that held a referendum last month when the same day as in crimea for the media in russia it was the perfect opportunity to accuse the west of hypocrisy on the front in crimea was criticized in the sky was ten's duration of the nice and was allowed to have one and not much happened even after the italian police discovered that one group had been preparing for all hands on action all are. for months the sudanese the number kept under surveillance. in a warehouse and toddler police came
KCSMMHZ
Mar 12, 2013 2:00am PDT
conversation with the politician's secretary. >> more than 1 billion people live in china, all of the socialists, so who are the ceiling from? >> beppe grillo is no longer allowed to appear on television as a comedian. he never minced words. his target is always the political class. no one is baird. his performances filled halls and stadiums. >> anyone who thinks things are getting better is wrong. we are caught between a rock and a hard place. >> a journalist and blogger has been keeping a close a critical watch on beppe grillo for years. >> he has to give up his ambiguity he used as a comedian. as a leader of a political party with a seat in parliament, which has to take responsibility for italy, he will have to take a clear position. >> in his book "the dark side of the stars," he describes the authoritarian style with which beppe grillo leads his movement. anyone who disagrees with him is kicked out. >> it just takes one line in his blog saying "this person will no longer speak for our movement," and that is it. the party statutes even state that the five-down movement and its sym
LINKTV
Feb 20, 2014 7:30am PST
goods are discovered, not much happens because most of them are produced illegally in china, russia, and ukraine. the brands are either forged or simply made up. we show the two packets we bought in the district capital to the district police. >> every brand has a codename. we know from tapped phone calls that red packets like this one are known as red paprika is -- red paprikas. >> authorities are doing what they can to stop the smuggling, and that includes tapping suspected smugglers' phones. >> listen up -- i need a big delivery of red paprikas. bring them over, and you can earn 200 euros and a single might. >> the eu is planning to take further action and issue every packet of cigarettes with an inspection tag that would make it possible to trace the path of goods from production to sail. but the romanian police officers are not convinced. they expect to be spending their nights chasing those involved in one of europe's most profitable smuggling businesses for some time to come. >> the debate on freedom of movement is in full swing here in europe. in these times of economic cris
PBS
Dec 21, 2013 10:00am PST
ski season upon them. china expects four thousand vehicles or more each day germans do all three and one to roads choked with drivers trying to speed the pool the new thing that has just opened a shop and coastline and is worried about business and i'd be a nice hot enough to encourage customers to come to us rather than getting to the supermarkets now they can say they wouldn't come because they come get him with the rates a busy but an awful lot of thick as different in content available. awesome tunes residents are starting to feel is their town is a highway truck stop this is when there's already an amount of traffic in the town on weekends. is it just makes things much worse. it's that everything had been fined for years and all of a sudden they introduce the cold for that tiny section of road it's not like me. chris pine city hall on stream politicians are opposed to the government's decision the residents of the tier old town were spared the agony is too much traffic for sixteen years when the mayor managed to secure an exception. in that suddenly they introduce these cont
LINKTV
Nov 28, 2013 7:30am PST
controlled by china for a long time, and i think the world would like to see that change. it really is a chance for greenland to develop its own mining industry. >> but if the government approves the mind, it will mean bringing radioactive uranium to the surface. the rare earths are found in the same ore. greenland wants to take the risk, so it's parliament has rescinded the zero tolerance level that was in place for uranium mining that was in place . a kilometer and a half long, 600 meters wide, and 200 meters deep , there would be a huge hole here. >> there are obviously consequences to mining. people want phones and electric cars and wind turbines, so it has to come from somewhere. there are always sacrifices in life. >> we travel up. people here have heard about the planned mind, but they have not heard much. today, the mining company has sent a ship together people to take them to a briefing. quite a few have come. after all, their future is at stake. in the evening, every seat in the little assembly room is filled. the head geologist gives a slideshow and does the explaining w
KCSMMHZ
Feb 25, 2012 4:30am PST
fine china and plush furniture -- plushbourgois comforts. the village also has a supermarket. hank and his companions visit here once a week. he could not manage this kind of activity on his own. and he must not forget he has to bring richard his cigarettes. there is no need to pay here. the supermarket sends the bill to the village. hank has company. his brother and sister in law have come to visit him. >> one family comes to visit, all the residents take part. they talk with each other and drink coffee together. hank and jo have a relationship. they are a couple and both families take the other along with a go for walks or to a cafe or to a restaurant. >> tonight, there is an evening concert at the village. 95-year-old amelia is in the audience. for many alzheimer's sufferers, music is an important key that opens up memories. amelia says her mother was an opera singer. [applause] with her fur hat and coat draped around her shoulders, amalia is something of an opera deeper herself -- diva herself. after the concert, the day is not over yet for hank and his live-in companions. rich
PBS
Mar 23, 2014 1:00pm PDT
market likely to compete with low cost countries like brazil and china because we use technology. what sells high speed machine tools. so in summation and released you workforce. this is the future of the american army faction on skype. actions like these were disappearing. tonight the matching fabric being squared. this actually makes six thousand two hundred and two t shirts on the elements of the quilting on the auction process for transit one three. or you can probably expect recent run in a bid to cut and sew. where were great. bored i work for screen printing. but don't forget the fact reads to do everything his consent to listen to remain competitive with the gym and pmo expensive workforce and works as he fulfills orders of over one million race in the spring here. i think people are ready to start getting back to him made me less than take pride in what they're doing take pride in the job that they've got better here take pride in what americans can name. when were were picking we want good stuff. greed is being restored in one movement for change within me to the unc le
PBS
Jan 15, 2012 1:00pm PST
following in china who would you choose? probably not this man who is not refound for his charisma or high profile, despite being president of the european council but his blog on china's social networking site on which he posts has attracted hundreds of thousands. >> he heads an organization that includes heads of state or government of all 27 e.u. members. surely the citizens are familiar with the president of the e.u. council. >> do you know this guy? >> no. >> excuse me i don't know who is it. >> no. >> the president of the european republic. you are go to cut that, aren't you? >> he is a former priority of belgium. he likes to mingle with the public. and he likes writing poetry. the harvest is reaped. trees are shaking off their leaves. evening is near. >> but his way with words has made him a star far beyond the e.u.'s border it is. in china -- >> he is really funny. interesting. the e.u. delegation in beijing thought it would be good for him to start a blog. now he has nearly 200,000 followers. >> i saw a recent poll of the most popular foreigners in china. and the top one w
LINKTV
Dec 12, 2013 7:30am PST
china. this year, for the first time, more cars could be produced in china than in europe. the automobile industry in belgium is one of the worst affected. ford is now closing its belgian plant. >> a year ago, autoworkers were outraged when ordinary it would close its plant. the car factory, which was once the largest in europe, is to shut down at the end of 2014. we meet with this former worker. last year, he was in despair, but today, he has just signed a new contract, but he is an exception. only a few hundred 40 employees have down a new job. >> from the start, i knew it would be very difficult. i have been at ford for 27 years . i knew the work and the people. it was my life. but then you look ahead, find a new job, and a secure income. now i know i will be able to send my daughter to college. as have gone well for me. i'm glad that chapter of my life is over. >> he faces a really big problem next year -- it's not just ford and its suppliers that are closing. it is also the bars, the restaurants, the little shops and specialty stores. there will be fewer of them because pe
PBS
Nov 8, 2013 4:30am PST
revenues for the local community. in two thousand and seven. the china metallurgical group corporation won a tender to mine copper at the site and i'm back south east of kabul in future due to be in a whirlpool more on like these projects in each project speaking to chill. pretty soon it's raining den go to the day before. to ensure that most of what to do in the needed to get a little cars that would be needed to get up off in it because of the kitchen. china is not hilly country investing in afghanistan india pakistan and iran are actively seeking my exploration deals offering enormous amounts of money that would also be for power plants and with a roasted them and afghanistan with south and central asia. at the nec excavation of honor that more than minerals killer just that this cold or three but his modest restated on the first of the sentence reads. it's been described as the most significant archaeological find in afghanistan the reached a no call for runs a rifleman in it so the artifacts will be relocated block but looked a purpose built museum nearby and if you should still b
PBS
Nov 2, 2013 10:00am PDT
will creates revenues for the local community. in two thousand and seven. the china metallurgical group corporation won a tender to mine copper at the site in dynamic southeast of kabul in fugitive you know what will work on like these projects in each project. speaking to chill. that is entertaining to look into before. to ensure that most of what caused the review from the candidates has been a little toes. note the need to go off in the cause of the kitchen. china is not hilly country investing in afghanistan india pakistan and iran are actively seeking my exploration deals offering enormous amounts of money that would also be for power plants and with a roasted them and afghanistan with south and central asia. at the nec excavation of honor at the morton minerals archaeologists have discovered three but this modest restated from the first of the seventh entries. it's been described as the most significant archaeological find in afghanistan. the reached a no call for runs the right from the natives so the artifacts will be relocated block to block support was built museum nearb
KCSMMHZ
Apr 9, 2013 2:00am PDT
choose from. consumers are generally unaware of what the synthetic drugs made in china actually contained. one in two young people in britain is estimated to have tried them at least once. the problem for the authorities is that the makers are coming up with new drugs faster than they can be banned. 43 deaths were linked to now- banned legal highs in 2010, eight times as many as in the previous year. the club drug clinic in chelsea helps people who have developed symptoms such as depression and panic attacks. staff here have identified around 70 new substances on the market. they say consumers are playing russian roulette with their lives. >> what is interesting is the perception among users is that because it is legal it must be safe, and i think we really need to challenge that. with many of these new legal drugs that are available online, we really do not know what the risks are. >> club drugs could also trigger serious illnesses year later like premature dementia or even cancer, but consumers are only interested in the immediate effects. >> people start using club drugs to g
PBS
Oct 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
regions like india and china, girls are not wanted and/or aborted. the same goes for albania here in europe. patriarchal rules still apply and boys are considered to be worth more than girls with the devastating consequences, especially for the mothers. >> this young woman was forced to have an abortion. she does not want to be identified. she is too ashamed and afraid of her family. but she is eager to tell her story. >> it was not just my husband. his whole family put me under pressure. they all wanted a boy. i had already had a girl. they told me you have to give us a boy this time. that is why i had an abortion. >> in albania, an ultrasound tests can determine whether a child lives or dies. this doctor is familiar with the fears of his pregnant patients who are under great pressure to produce a male heir. >> in my experience, it is mainly the men who want to have a boy much more than a girl. >> we accompanied the doctor to the maternity ward. here, a shocking trend is revealed. it is the same all over albania. for every 110 boys, just 100 girls are born. he numbers a result of a
KCSMMHZ
Jun 25, 2013 2:00am PDT
the service sector often disregards national borders, bul shophink of toys made in china. some goods even cross borders every day, going back and forth. >> berlin and its h h h h h t gt 26 of them boast five stars. at these exclusive hotels, guest expect service that is exceptional in all respects, and the laundry is no exception. from bathrobes to sheets and towels, it all has to be white, fluffy, and clean. in short, perfect, and it absolutely has to be done by the next morning. >> imagine if the bakery did not have bred one morning. that's what it would be like ife one day, but no o o o o o o o on that, especially if we are booked up. >> and how do they manage to get such a huge amount of laundry cleaned by the next morning? it is not washed here or even in the city. it's all sent to poland. we will accompany the laundry on its journey from berlin to a small town just over the border. this is a german-owned company, but it's based d w, it can take of the local power plant and the steam it produces. the laundry has more than 500 staff, and they work around the clock 364 days a year
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Jan 11, 2014 10:00am PST
feet for the financial crisis china including sure. many machines to standing and used because it had to close the business malik okra pieces. just noticed on the spot on the women have a positive attitude and take everything in stride. it didn't matter i've just been stung by a dj me. i always have the screen greets me with that allows me to be using one hand the only unhappy with the saffron crocus has been grown in this village for more than three hundred years the village's name of the flour and has earned twelve from the spikes. what is offering a fresh source of hope in the crisis. even young people are returning from the cities to work in the village what's the purpose is in the war continued. every flower is processed by hand the statements carefully remove. sent from will later be tried. cool and free the bacteria. the exact process is a company secret the bosses neighbor also helps with the staff wrong what you were alluding to wasting our money we use to put staff on in our drinking water. but young people today do all kinds of things with it. i'm not keen on a high she
KCSMMHZ
Mar 26, 2013 2:00am PDT
store. made in china or taiwan, they cost from 100 to 150 euros. sergei sells 10 of them a day. >> if it is people who've been driving for 40 years or just got their license two days ago, they all by them. there's just too much chaos on the streets. >> anna has had a dashcam for three years. it switches on as soon as she gets in the car. when the memory card is full, the camera begins to erase the old pictures. >> it is my way of protecting myself from the free-for-all on the streets. anything can happen. an accident, and you cannot prove anything. a policeman might stop you to fine you for doing something wrong even though you have not done anything wrong. thousands of stories can in very differently if you have dashcam. >> this the kind of thing that she's talking about -- accidents as a form of modern robbery. a pedestrian weights at a junction and throws himself at a car to extort money. or a pedestrian with an expensive laptop locks in front of a car in hopes that the driver is so shocked that he will cough up immediately -- walks in front of a car in hopes the driver is so shock
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Feb 9, 2014 1:00pm PST
. the same time china is also blooming friday the house to ambition to become of their chocolate the biggest economy in the world. he added. it's an old american regional director of passion is and that the government's anti aimed at bringing the needed foreign investment and killed because it's done. with age is still breech and six hundred others have mom. our agent financial experts were terry is effective investment and economic. i diversify and national acorn and spirit promoting domestic expert. i'm checking with their investments and needs to diversify its that literally spilling gas based economy. the cars on the nectar sources will not last long though. christians more than fifty percent of the six dollars gdp he is and she danced. it cheers me to start liking them attracting investment and twelve of the sentence. these include the content. she knew me and auntie ah miss it. the ghost address based tourism and nineteen sixty eight incidentally. don't be stupid cause i got the straight yet to become the world's top producer of your name to you and you get out. one has its own
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Feb 22, 2014 10:00am PST
low cost countries like brazil and china because we use technology to block work sells high speed machine tools. so in summation and released you workforce. this is the future of the american army faction on skype actions like these were disappearing. tonight the matching fabric being squared. it's actually me. he sits on the elements of the quilting on the packing process protons and one three or you can follow in fact recent run in a bid to cut and sew. where were great bored i work for screen printing. but don't forget the fact reads to do everything. this concept and listen to remain competitive with the gym and pmo expensive workforce and works as he fulfills orders of over one million race in the spring here. i think that people are ready to start getting back to him made in usa and take some pride in what they're doing take pride in the job that they've got better here take pride in what americans can make. when were were picking we want good stuff. lead is being restored to the mov is becomine prestigious american surprised if the higher courts. it's just so happy that the
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