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news still to come on this program greece prepares for the end of its bell out program that's coming up on monday but hasn't benefited the country's people. plus filling job vacancies in germany as a tackles a major labor shortage all that much more straight ahead with the the universe. and. he takes it personally you already with all the wonderful people in stories that make the game so special. for all true fans oh my son. pick up more than football online. time for an upgrade. our furniture that grows old by. house with no roof.
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or design highlights you can make yourself. trends tips and tricks that will turn your home to something special. upgrade yourself with d. w's interior design channel on you tube. germany takes actions a tackle an urgent lack of skilled workers new legislation will make it easier for non e.u. nationals to come to germany we'll tell you what the new conditions will be for. and european officials say the end of greece's two hundred billion euro bailout is a milestone but the mood on the ground is more reticent we'll tell you why. it's time for business on d.w.i. and how you got to get us welcome to the. german businesses say the country is
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losing thirty billion euros a year in g.d.p. because of the lack of workers now the german government is finally doing something to help them fill job vacancies it will make it easier for non e.u. nationals to come here to work in the future people will be able to come to germany without a job offer if they have the proper qualifications until now that rule has only apply to those with a university degree people will also be chosen on the basis of their age and familiarity with the german language businesses want more workers especially in health care and the traits. of germany's lack of qualified workers is especially critical in the geriatric care sector according to the federal ministry of health there are about three thirty thousand vacancies that means inadequate care for the elderly and heavy workloads for those who currently nurse them as germans are getting older the problem will get worse by the year twenty twenty five vacancies
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could rise to more than one hundred thousand that's why the government hopes and eulogist lation will help germany tackle the problem of projects have proven successful as the following reports. its coffee time at this care home outside of munich. this woman is being served her cake in liquid form. most of the residents here are very old and many suffer from dementia they rely on help from foreign workers like mohammed ali nazi he moved here from tunisia few months ago great job as a care worker at this red cross run institution. and i feel accepted by the residents here. we chat to each other and exchange the news. or enjoy ourselves.
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in the afternoon the team meets for a handover. muhammad whose nickname here is dolly learnt german when he was in tunisia the course was run and funded by the german government as part of a project called triple when it's a was to attract care workers from abroad for dallies team having foreign colleagues isn't anything out of the ordinary. i think it's really brave to go to another country to learn the language. especially in an area like elderly care where communication is about ninety percent of the job. in work to muster the written and spoken language i say respect. dolly's boss monica fortune it helps foreign stuff with their move to germany when dolly arrived she picked him up from the airport and helped organize an apartment for him. she
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believes this kind of treatment is necessary to attract skilled workers to the care sector. as abuse instituted yes of course about how it really adds value to our institution and it's really hard to get skilled labor on the german market so for us this is a huge gift to have them and we support them. doesn't have much time for homesickness today he and his colleagues him on are weighing the residence. does he like his job and is planning to continue learning german. he also has his sights set on an official government recognised qualification as a care worker in germany. that's it for a small institution but what about the bigger companies will discuss that with our financial correspondent at the frankfurt stock exchange with a spouse is joining us now it's good to see you again so let's talk about the big players right there in frankfurt for example how big
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a deal is this whole problem for the. well you know it's not a direct problem i don't think because companies like the men's or the deutsche bank or linde world leader in the industrial gases b.s.f. all these world class companies they pay very good wages they have very good social programs you get promotions you can go into a foreign subsidiaries so there are lots of attractive side effects of working for such a company and they paid in many cases more than the average wage earner gets when he just has a union negotiated wage so they're not affected directly but indirectly yes they are because a lot of medium sized companies and even smaller companies that provide services to them like building or fixing the plumbing. taking care of an electrician problem for apps that the on staff can handle in the factory and above all providing things like supplies for the automobile production chain or for chemistry that comes from
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small companies the smaller companies are having acute trouble of finding people and we're seeing that come up in polls of industry of corporate leaders where they complain about this and cite this some of them as a major head of their business so looking at what's at stake now and what is being proposed is that the right solution to the problem. it seems so when you listen to the business leaders that have weighed in on the solution so far the president of the german chambers of industry and commerce. said this was a positive signal. he points out that there are about one point six million jobs that needs filling and yes you need to make sure that you lift all the domestic potential that there is but easing and easing immigration and having managed immigration a right step and you hear the same kind of comment from the person representing the trades here at the highest level in germany only spots in frankfurt thank you very
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much. the head of the european stability mechanism said greece will be monitored more closely than other countries that have emerged from rescue programs in an interview with the german weekly desh spiegel asserted the eurozone crisis is over as greece prepares for the official end of its bailout program on monday but people in greece have seen little benefit in fact many are much worse off than ever before one in five are still unemployed and a slight economic growth is little comfort for those who saw their pensions shrink to a minimum. fens in august while there's been much talk of an economic recovery there's not much of it to be seen on the streets when you make this crisis is far from over there are a lot of cuts and a lot of difficult years ahead for us. to kick up us again the situation hasn't improved and it won't change anytime soon. i'll call mine it was hard but i were
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struggling to live on this family business has been here for forty years giving up is not an option for andy and that is june here he changed his business successfully join the crisis from selling luxury do face to cut to size form robert like many business people he feels burdened by taxes and demands a long term strategy from the government. in order to continue and i we have to reduce our taxes and we have to. thank you for the economy. over taxation as one of the obstacles that hampers investment both domestic and foreign there was little optimism of the german society for trade and investment we forms are still missing or not implemented. and i think lee here the guy who does emotion govern kind of the problems remain the same sprawling bureaucracy lengthy procedures unclear interpretation of the laws it is what it is an investor however need security security to plan when it
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comes for example to tax issues or financial issues and that is still not guaranteed in greece it just won't does him on the finished given that it takes courageous underpin yours with a bit of his appearance like a ton as eels sit around us the german greek to go over the brewery from the burberry in new haven point seven years ago and has been brewing his own greek beer ever since he is proud that he manages to stand up against foreign brands on the market. little by losing meanwhile greek beers are becoming popular and make up the majority of the products that are now being sold. creative marketing new product lines from premium pills to like some of the success of the brewery rests on different pillars research and quality control all part of it and an export department are still obstacles such as capital controls but there is hope that the
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market will become more flexible. we believe that the opening of the market which was a closed market before there was monopolized is now a chance for greece to introduce our own products which bar owners can add to their shelves. the entries in domestic product is growing while investors from abroad are still hesitating the greeks are starting to take matters into their own hands. and before we go good news for environmentalists japanese restaurant chain skylark says it is banning plastic straws all of its three thousand two hundred restaurants in japan and abroad will stop using them by the year twenty twenty skylark saying it wants to aid the fight against plastic waste pollution the company currently uses over one hundred million straws a year here in europe grocery stores like legal and deva the supermarket chain have
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recently promised to take straws and all single use plastics off their shelves meanwhile in the u.s. companies like starbucks and american airlines have pledged to get rid of straws as the push against plastic pollution gains traction. that's all for this edition of v.w. business and for me too funny for char will be joining you in the upcoming business shows until then remember you can always log on to our web site to stay up to date with the business headlines. dot com all of us in berlin thank you next time. move. to a. cut cut cut cut. cut.
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