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lack of workers is costing the country thirty fillion europe's a year in g.d.p. now the german government is sad it will make it easier for non international's to come here to work to fill the gaps in the future people will be able to come to germany without a job offer if they are properly qualified until now that rule has only applied to do so with a university degree people will be chosen on the basis of their age and german language abilities businesses want more workers especially in health care on the tray it's now the lack of qualified because this is especially critical in the geriatric care sector where they are thirty thousand vacancies nationwide that means you know to quit care for the old really on top of the workload for those who currently nurse them as germans are getting older the problem will get worse and that's why the government hopes the new legislation will help to tackle this problem pilot projects have already proven successful here's more.
it's 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 muhammad ali now see he moved here from tunisia few months ago for a job as a care worker at this red cross run institution. of four hundred one i feel accepted by the residents here. we chat to each other and exchange the news. or enjoy ourselves. 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 dolly's 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. although it was more work to master the written and spoken language i say written. dolly's boss monica fortunate 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 believes this kind of treatment is necessary to attract skilled workers to the care sector. as museums go to that 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 we're glad to have them and we support them. dolly doesn't have much time for homesickness today he and his colleague cameron are weighing the residence. dudley likes his job and is planning to continue learning german. also how to fight fashion on an official government recognized qualification as a care worker in germany. all right all the bars joining us now at the frankfurt stock exchange scout skilled workers we just heard hope big a deal these dots for the big companies that stock exchange really. i think for the biggest companies it's not that great a worry they don't have that great difficulties in finding qualified workers sure i teach people who are in short the men and juniors are sort of being looked for the
better qualified the better of course but they don't have the same kind of worries the smaller companies do the big companies that are listed here they're able to pay excellent wages and benefits often bonuses of business is good enough they have social benefits they have all sorts of other perks and it's a different story with the smaller companies we hear lots of complaints from the middest on which is the backbone of the german economy of the german business world where really the bacon gets brought in and they are having. it's in some instances massive difficulties in finding the right people and even when they get up locations they find the people are not good enough it's a huge problem this could serve to alleviate it a little bit germany is ready to open its doors is this the right solution to the problem. well business leaders that we've heard so far in their first reactions seem to indicate yes they are receiving it positively it's
a positive signal that's directly what eric schweitzer says he's the president of the german chambers of industry and commerce basically representing all the all the local offices that are in touch with so many companies and also the representative of the trades in germany also a very very large association where workers are a big lack of workers is a big problem he's also positive and he says it's important that one also make it a little bit more liberal and that you don't have to look for a potential german candidate to take a job before you turn to a foreign one that would accelerate the process of course only thank you very much . the had 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. asserted the eurozone crisis is over as greece prepares for
the official and its bailout program on monday but people in greece have seen little benefit in fact many are much worse off than ever before. athens in august well there's been plenty of talk about an economic recovery there's not much of it to be seen here on the streets. then 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 a bit in the situation hasn't improved and it won't change anytime soon. i'll call mine it was hard but i were struggling to live on. this family business has been here for forty years giving up is not an option for andre not as junior he's changed his business successfully during the crisis from selling luxury days to cut to size foam rubber like many business people he feels burdened by taxes and demands a long term strategy from the government can order to continue and that we have to reduce our taxes and we have to. do.
thank you for the economy. overtaxation is one of the obstacles that hampers investment both domestic and foreign there is little optimism at the german society for trade and investment reforms are still missing or not implemented. and i think he's. got most of the problems remain the same sprawling bureaucracy linky procedures unclear interpretation of the laws it is what it is an investor however need security security to plan when it comes for example to tax issues or financial issues and that is still not guaranteed in greece. won't does is in money in their life that it takes courageous entrepreneurs with a bit of perseverance but often osseo siriano says the german greek acquired a brewery from the book very in love and brought seven years ago and has been brewing his own greek brand ever since siriano says proud that he manages to stand
up against foreign brands on the market. we love i listen meanwhile greek beers are becoming popular and make up the majority of the products that are now being sold. creative marketing and new product lines from premium pills to light summer beer the success of the brewery rests on different pillars of research in quality control are part of it as well as their own export department obstacles remain including capital controls but there is hope that the market will become more flexible. under him. we believe that the opening of the market which was a closed market before one that was monopolized is now a chance for greece to introduce our own products which bar owners can add to their shelves was opened up to open in can the interest in domestic products is growing while investors from abroad are still hesitating the greeks are starting to take matters into their own hands. from euros still into dollars the longest what's the
real value. the dollar that kind of depends on what it was minted this one is the so-called first dollar of the americas it was meant to be in fifteen thirty eight it was recovered from a ship frack the silver coin was made in mexico city three years after the spanish empire stablished its colony in latin america expected to fetch at least half a million dollars at an auction in philadelphia on friday. and on to a different story tesla took a dip after seeing alan last spoke emotionally about the stress so frightening to company and as american regulators are said to be widening a probe into the firm mosques told the new york times that he was working up to one hundred twenty hours a week to meet production goals that he had been taking and gentle for sleep the u.s.
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