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did with their current crazed polling results that they will have a leadership struggle after that and then merkel what as we have seen yesterday where her own faction in palm and isn't following her recommendation on which the person she wants as the faction leader so we see that there's also a shift of the base is the backbenchers challenging the challenge of the chancellor and with all these properties not having the backing of their backbenchers in parliament it's difficult for them to put their policies through with in as a government coalition now some macs have described where that happened as an affront to. america what does this all mean for her position. well it's certainly going to be interesting to see how she's going to come out of this in the coming popularity polls merkel has gone through the latest prices in the last yes or. as the chancellor gone not quite unscathed through the polls she's still the second most popular politician in germany only how foreign minister high
command is currently more popular with than her but even the latest crisis in summer with the asylum policy issue with going to have some heads with her new teary mr also on the question of the domestic intelligence service cheve none of this has really decreased her popularity so her position seems to be still quite stable and despite the fact that everybody keeps talking about this being the demise of her the latest on that will still be seen when merkel is going to go to the next party conference this autumn are i to maximally thank you so very much. now an activist with the russian protest punk group or a pussy riot has said he's convinced he was poisoned by russia's secret service vessel off or has told a german newspaper that it was likely that russia's military intelligence agency attacked him possibly for looking into the killing of three russian reporters in
africa first off is now recovering in a hospital here in berlin. a police guard outside the charlotte a hospital in central berlin currently its most prominent patient is being treated there. and this is at the airport ten days ago just to vera's a law a thirty year old activist from the russian protest group pussy riot was brought to the german capital on suspicion of being poisoned berlin doctors say that's quite possible but didn't find any toxins there's a lot of suffered from impaired consciousness and vision problems his family is in berlin as is his girlfriend also from pussy riot has been really better a yes they we watched a few so he's involved in everything that's going on there on the fume yeah sure sometimes he has some things not clear in his mind but says the progress is cereal great during the world cup final this july in moscow there's a lot of ran onto the field in a police uniform along with other activists they were protesting against police
brutality in russia. two weeks ago in moscow he was brought to a hospital apparently disoriented his family then arranged to have him transported to berlin there's a lot of girlfriends believes that the russian secret service is also watching him in germany but she herself doesn't feel threatened. i'm not the type of person. i get i understand that it could be something like that but i'm not the type of person for me it's much more uncomfortable to be on the control of police even they try to protect not to control me doctors in berlin hope that there's a lot will fully recovered the question then will be what really happened. and ben is here with your latest business have thank you for the asian development bank is focusing a slowdown in growth next year it feels as a global trade conflicts could hurt economies across the region liberals are vaughn's further interest rate hikes in the united states could disrupt currency
markets and lead to bad loans but it also says expanding trade within the region could help make up for boston exposed to the u.s. asia is now home to bolton huf the world's middle class. it's going to andrea hang our asia correspondent who's standing by in singapore and brad just how much of a slowdown is the bank predicting. well it's maintained its forecasts about twenty eight and that's not very far away now for six the cent but it has brought down the twenty nine hundred fall cust to five point eight percent and s. down from five point nine percent and while this might be a mean minute percentage it's largely a credit to a surprise surprise of course to the current u.s. china trade war and the effect of another interest rate hike in the us which looks very likely. it will mean the the feds have already reset interest rates some
seven times in the last twenty two months and there's news that they have confirmed that this is going to happen and five more times over the next fifteen months so that is already creating a chain effect. down the line it's a domino effect based on the u.s. inflation and a very solid growth in the u.s. so this is going to be an ongoing exist that's going to happen from the u.s. and it's already affecting and a so-called global currency crisis now with the asian development bank says that it could expand trade within the region doing business with other countries within asia to make up for lost exports with the u.s. can asia really get by without the world's biggest economy. i guess the short answer to that is yes but what at what cost and that very big is going to be at the
expense of growth of course. aborning costs are going to be pushed up from these high interest rates and that's going to tighten global the liquidity is a well that being said currently south asia and the rest of southeast asia they are handling their inflation and the control of bio fuel subsidies in malaysia and indonesia for example and managing food costs in china and india so in a condom you without the u.s. in it is going to throw a wrench in the works and it's going to be quite a bit of chaos without a real solution in place thanks for joining us with the bad news andrea hang there in singapore bulgaria is one of europe's major textile produces due to its low cost structure the average wage for a textile workers are about three hundred fifty euros a month that's peanuts especially when you consider garia is an e.u. member state a reason why many young bulgarians are leaving to find jobs in other parts of the
you got to chip in southern drawl garia people in this region make their living mostly from agriculture and tourism but many bug ariens also work in the textile industry german entrepreneur bet tom goldman has been producing clothes here since one thousand nine hundred three when he founded the company pier in texas. they produce men's clothing as well as women's fashion for luxury brands mostly sold in german stores. two thousand employees work here the average net salary of three hundred fifty euros per month is higher than other factories around the e.u. country. because. we pay more than average because we expect more than average from our employees. like quality of flexibility and adapting to new products and materials. it's two thirty
pm time for a shift change employees have worked hard for their above average salary a few years ago a strike shut down the production line one worker outside the factory though told us the salary still isn't enough to survive on. in the mind of instead of adjusting our salaries upwards they keep going down and. they have people who time our work then they don't work in the allotted time instead of motivating us and giving us incentives in the mylan what i mean. workers' rights groups are calling for change. the main headquarters for the union representing clothing and textile workers is located in the capital sofia it represents five thousand employees. in the mall of the. members throughout the country report that the standard set of targets for sewing cannot be met in one day.
they often have to work overtime. on the right move. in texas bosses currently struggling with completely different problems many young people have left the country and the training center is almost deserted only seven apprentices work the machines become pany actually has room for three times as many but the need generation is fleeing to germany or england where they hope to find their fortune or at least better working conditions. and i'm playing the street one second comes back on flameless an international sport thank you so very much to come back now all right jeremy and turkey are nearing the finish line in a race to secure the rights to host the prestigious twenty twenty four european football championship europe's football governing body away from is set to make a decision tomorrow in turkey's high lee charged political situation could swing votes in germany favor but the recent struggles of germany's football association
may leave the door open for a surprise result. euro twenty twenty four is set to be a footballing spectacle twenty four countries competing in a total of fifty one games but who will host the prestigious event germany are regarded as frontrunners you wafers a valuation committee has already backed the bid the german football association see this as a chance to follow up on the success of the two thousand and six world cup and they're clear on the benefits of their bid. yeah we have the stadia the infrastructure the accommodation we also have great fan zones we're basically ready to host the euros tomorrow. but a shadow looms over germany's bid the measured affair be arsenal midfielders meeting with turkish president richard have added one caused an uproar that eventually ended in israel retiring from the germany national team he accused the
german football association of racism and discrimination. could that be an advantage for turkey the country is confident its bid can stand on its own turkey's footballing culture its modern stadia and even president add to one's passion for the game. after three unsuccessful bids this one is meant to click. around everyone can see we're ready to host the arrays we love football we deserve to be the host of. football's been played in turkey five or one hundred years it's part of our lives here. but financial instability and the drop of the lira could put turkey's bid and potential profits in jeopardy. europe's football governing body has sent out mixed signals they have set clear requirements including on matters such as human rights and
freedom of expression on the other hand you a fix pecks huge tax breaks from the hosts. its executive committee is made up of twenty members. the german and turkish representatives vote. one member netherlands. has publicly thrown his support behind turkey. in case of a stalemate you wait for president alexander schaeffer in will break the tie something he will lean towards germany as it stands it's all up in the air the only certainty the bid for euro two thousand and twenty four is going to be a close race. and that brings us to the end of this edition of g.w. news thank you so much for spending just part of your day with us the news continues at the top of the hour c n n.
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a bubble and bust on to the scene as the first crypto currency it was created as a safe alternative to the crisis problem banking system mainstream investors and even lend is an outgoing with digital money that could ultimately put them out of business but is bitcoin here to stay. eight years ago with peter order turned to world of finance on its head. and these two pieces worth sixty three million dollars of course not in two thousand and ten the program allows one hundred years paid ten thousand times for it at that time only worth forty u.s. dollars nowadays this would make sixty three million u.s. dollars. today honey it says no one had any idea that a transaction would go down in history as a milestone but this fateful the first ever recorded transaction of bitcoin is what
kickstart the cryptocurrency boom. in two thousand and ten one was worth less than one u.s. cent in two thousand and thirteen it was worth one thousand dollars and in december two thousand and seventeen it jumped to almost twenty thousand dollars. because it was invented as an alternative to the prevailing clover financial system a revolutionary way to conduct transactions without third party intervention no banks no central banks no government authorities. say much rather as a consultant to advise us companies on creating their own cryptocurrency he also runs a group you're involved in for people interested in crypto currency use. it and i ask him if bitcoin has lived up to its revolutionary promise. first it was fighting against the banks the existing financial systems if you like the banks had already
screwed everybody over and we almost had like massive catastrophe but right now this is a new type of financial instrument and the monetary system gave us the potential to maybe create something new bitcoin is the original crypto currency and i think right now it's been fascinating about how the old world economy has been catching up how old world investors have been catching up because we've gone quite a long. a from that same war of the beginnings of encrypted currencies into what we're seeing now the only way the crypto really goes well is by integrating with the traditional world. and there started out as an anarchist project that crypto currencies and block chain are now mainstream big banks and investors have got involved. they have discovered you can also speculate with because. ninety six percent of all bitcoins belong to four percent of the current owners so just a few profit from sarin prices and risk losing their shirt the exchange rate is extremely volatile. some claim cryptocurrency going to become widespread and the regular
means of payment. is a balance start up that aims to promote exactly that bringing together the rounds of old school money and new fangled cryptocurrency with a partner bank in just building an online bank account that lets you buy and sell big con and make and receive payments. we can't trust governments to control our monetary policy because they always do make a lot of mistakes. we consider ourselves. as a bridge between the old world and the new world so we don't believe in a world where your only have money or only have cryptocurrency money we believe in a world where you're going to have both of those but if we look at the current trends we know the trailing cryptocurrency is going to be everywhere i don't think it's going to be so tangible. like now every single day our days are different because we're using smart phones etc i think well i'm not sure we'll be as pervasive but it won't be as obvious. world. realize that
remains the same to make money as much as possible. if something is high in the right way you can always find someone willing to buy it back in twenty thirty. in a program i decided to set up a crypto currency just for the fun of it the dog logo he chose for his joke currency doggy coins was based on a popular mean thing is investors didn't consider it a joke they dumped money into it and before long the duggy coins were capitalized to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars well because it may be the biggest digital currency by market capitalization but it's not the only one there over sixteen hundred competitors you cryptocurrency have been all the rage for the last couple of years and creating a name for them can be fun as we've heard at the moment you can invest in products
like canvas coin or snake eyes there's even a trump coin and a putin coin as well is a breakdown of how crypto currency is work. what is a crypto currency that kitty loves the internet and on a. more narrow not real money but crypto assets which she manages with the help of a smartphone app as do some twenty six million others around the world kitty stores cryptocurrency in what's called a wallet it's anonymous and encrypted she can use her digital currency to buy pretty much anything online a growing number of businesses accept these currencies for example kitty could book a hotel in moscow the payment process takes ten minutes in comparison a standard international bank transfer would take up to four days and it costs money the corresponding bank's exchange rates and fees would make
a transfer of two hundred fifty euros twenty eight euros more expensive whereas crypto currency is transferred wallet to wallet and incurs almost no extra costs. there's no bank involved no state no central bank and no privacy concerns. crypto currency isn't logged in any central location every transaction is replicated on millions of computers and recorded in a block chain that can be accessed by all users but the transactions are anonymous that means kitty could be buying drugs or weapons without the police knowing that's been damaging to cryptocurrency is image there also security concerns in august twenty sixth hackers stole fifty eight million euros worth of bitcoins causing the price to plunge twenty percent there are now almost two thousand crypto currencies and a growing number of coins are in circulation in that market capitalization is currently about one hundred seventy billion euros.
and that number is growing and so are those security concerns for crypto currency holders. news of hacks every few weeks and whole countries are now creating their own digital currencies take venezuela and the pay truck it was designed by the country's president nicolas maduro to get around the latest u.s. sanctions put in place by this guy at the moment a crypto currency is success depends a lot on how easily it can be converted into standard currencies whatever the case traditional lenders and central bankers are increasingly worried about their relevance in the digital future. the bank for international settlements in basel is the bank for central banks it promotes international monetary co-operation and carries out research and policy analysis its general manager i've missed in kirsten's is dead set against crypto
currency. because for me to have a future. they will replace it quite separately because they're more efficient faster more transparent and safer. has made millions with bitcoins and distributed ledger technology which he says has revolutionary potential we often book the number of questions starting with will cryptocurrency soon rule the world. you think you have your money you know count your respecting. to preserve its value upon the hiking and sixty million dollars from. disappear. manipulation can occur wherever humans and technology are at work in the regular financial system and in crypto currencies online banking and ups are much more vulnerable than our crypto wallets if they're managed right. carson says banks are
liable for losses incurred through fraud and that in the world of crypto currency is there's no safety net the most important usurps or so you were currencies are those who are also see it that. trait for example laundering money is great. and so on and so forth. that these difficult. and carsten says that because there's no regulation of digital currencies crookery can flourish. you can do crooked things as easily with a crypto currency as with real money i see crypto currency as a tool you can use a hammer to repair the roof or build a candle or to bash someone on the head kind of all human. one selling point of crypto currency has been the speed of transactions but payment times have slowed to about ten minutes because of the surging volume the computers involved need more time to process transfers i mean basically just an infrastructure of these brought
by investors now for them to make money some congestion needs necessary as there is just shown they can charge try your fees in these really what these need it to have the system work doesn't conduct these are teething problems there are only should have to address and solve these problems i'm convinced cryptocurrency is are here to stay this technology is very new and i'm sure that the problems we have today will soon be solved. but the dollar and the euro eventually be replaced by crypto currency. i don't think that will replace them a payment system should based on a core in c. really. or complies with the three elements of money which is to be sorely store of you to medium of change and to be if you need to account.
too soon to say that everything that's been built up over thousands of years is on its way out but it does look like we are heading in that direction. both favor regulation of crypto currency. to make the more attractive carsten in order to combat the criminals. well turning away from criminals and speculators maybe there are other people in my five block chain based currencies attractive what about communities creating new money for social good using crippling currencies a new digital cohen is banking on the idea that people can profit from voluntarily solving problems in the world around them. the existing economic system is creating environmental pollution poverty and just consider the distribution of what it is a disaster so obviously we need
a new economic system based on democratic principles. the community looks for problems and when we find one the solution will be financed and financing the solution creates currency. it's about education and expanding skills it's about diseases and water and about providing care these are all areas the dory i'm supports just about any solution for a problem that makes a difference in the world we reward new ideas. and. sharp elbows in strength is what it takes to win in american football and above all team spirit and the desire to achieve something good. that also applies to the coaches they all work for the damn stat diamonds on a voluntary basis. has been coaching young people on the football field for years
now sport has kept some of them off the streets and help prevent them from potentially slipping into a life of crime his unpaid dedication and darmstadt has been rewarded in the form of this card. with scott's a volunteer award card with it you can visit museums or go to the theater it's a way of acknowledging what people do and giving them something back. the concept gave our thinking could rewarding people for voluntary work in that community help make the world a better place that's why four years ago he teamed up with some entrepreneurs including and slanged to create a social currency it rewards people who solve problems sustainably in society in the environment or in training and education they named their project doggie on it's a foundation using blog chain technology worldwide to assess the value of an idea
problem in your problems young people face that can be reduced through voluntary activities like these here there's value in that in fact it can be displayed in a car then the community can say we like this and we want to back it therefore we'll give you so many impact can still support it improved doria my can trade the social impact tokens into a tradable cryptocurrency the sobs themselves. the project even reaches places like the jungle of papua new guinea the idea of a social cryptocurrency has a lot of potential in developing countries. that's why the founders of doggie own have come to port moresby the capital city of papua new guinea to introduce that concept at a start up conference. for the past two years and they are slang in co-founder hard to have story have attended chain events worldwide drumming up interest in sustainable investments. everybody wore
white is able to be a part of this new ecosystem and this ecosystem is just rewarding sustainable behavior. clean drinking water for example is a problem in many countries today it's possible to purify water but the technology is often an affordable for poor regions. in germany a small company produces this high tech ceramic it can filter water and clean out pollutants the founders have financed a water purification container in a pilot project a village in bangladesh wants to use it to get clean drinking water. as it's no longer about a bank issuing a loan or an aid organization working in africa today the global community can solve problems if we can decide together which solution is financed where and how it's financed. the name of the new cryptocurrency spelt soaps
derives from social business the two entrepreneurs have been able to win over support from some influential people such as nobel prize winner mohammed yunus and the granddaughter of nelson mandela but can blog change technology really ensure that no soaps coins are produced before a problem is actually solved with impact talk with this impact on my blog which is managed by the global community can i create saabs coins i always need an impact a solution to create a subsequent so it's not possible for just anyone to create subsequence with money sobs don't fall from the sky they'll only be a new saw a new medium of exchange when somebody has created a solution and is making a real contribution. whether the idea actually works or not will depend on how many people companies or countries want to reward social commitment and
volunteering. and they will need to have confidence in the new crypto currency soaps and accept it as a means of exchange. all of those other modes of the. marketing from the us or what's clear is that some of the world's most banks scrambling to catch the criticality wave among them german based. it's high the experts in the area to try to figure out how to retain business in a world where it would no longer act as a middleman like all the big it must went to meet one of them in london. um yeah bedford is known as mrs crypto she works in london for dacha bank kind of as its guide to the future scouting out emerging technologies. looks like a chain has the potential to give back to customers control of their data she says blushing creates transparency it's
a form of distributed letter technology and she's looking into ways it can be deployed at the bank has lurch from crisis to crisis for years and daily needs to win back trust business. we need to do better demonstrate we're looking ahead attract customers and focus on serving them. than. i would add in the bank is like a big ship that has to change direction and. of course there's an agile little tug in front and that's us we test new things. and if they prove their worth they'll be implemented in the rest of the bank. crypto and her team are often out and about exploring what it is the banks customers really need she also confers a lot with dodger banks in london innovation lab it's headed by john pearson he tells us how block change can make aspects of banking more efficient they can be used to create smart contracts a cobol program that ensures all terms of
a contract awful filled without any third party involvement. but the technology allows is the immutability of that contract so that you know that it hasn't been tampered with and that you know that what it is executing was pre-agreed with the relevant counter parties that's what it actually offers. bedford knows that block chain is hard to understand for the public at large it's a veritable mystery that's against the i know there's no single block chain. but lots of different applications that function in different ways i deal with this stuff every day but i still spend lots of time at least two hours daily reading white papers to keep track of the various trends within the world change she says it's not going to revolutionize things overnight but it is driving a lasting change locks in a line about chain is not going to transform our lives by itself but in combination
with artificial intelligence and the internet of things it will in twenty years time our lives will be completely different instead of wearing a watch we might all have an implant and be able to pay for everything with it data will be secure because they'll be stored by blocked chains and the government won't be able to access them. perhaps we can do without the implants but the new bedford for one is convinced that people will be better able to assert their right to data privacy thanks to block james she says it's more secure than any other technology to date now she just needs to convince the bosses to increase the budget for her team as guide moment currently the focus is on solving the problems we already have but most of the banks executives appreciate that we have to think ten or twenty years ahead what is banking going to look like and then what issues will our clients be facing we should start preparing to solve problems we might not even know about yet. before on your bed for tackles the future of finance she's
going to take a break and have a baby but after that she'll resume her work reengineering the world of banking. and probably still have a question or two about how blocked chain technology actually works it's not easy to explain as we heard in that report but in simple terms it runs on a kind of distribution database that spread out over thousands of servers all over the planet that means you can bury crypto currencies in your backyard or hide them in a coffee catch up on the top shelf making them more difficult to steal at least in theory and that characteristic could put a special unit of germany's central bank out of business one day. this is a fairly tricky case someone hit a wallet in an oven and then forgot about it that was my first i want to get to the
bills without cutting them to pieces. from can't soak specializes in burnt money. his task here is to piece together the charred remnants to find out how much money was in the wallet the owner says it was two hundred twenty euros. for dealing with even in a bad condition there has to be more than fifty percent left for us to be able to reimburse it for. he and his fourteen fellow specialists examined about thirty million euros a year in damage cash there's no charge for reimbursement even in complicated cases is a bug one hundred days banknotes have fused with a wallet they've melted but i have to make sure the right hand sections are still there only then can we reimburse the. pets works in the analysis center of the bundesbank germany central bank these damaged coins were taken out of
circulation no refund no exchange. these rotted bank notes were buried in the garden the owner wanted to keep them safe from thieves he'll get his money is worth back old dodge mark notes can also be exchanged for euro so it's just it's just that. martin weber's plays the role of detective for the department he's out to identify counterfeit notes. he can often tell right away which workshop produced a fake bill frenzel interfet notes often feel smooth or thick banknote paper is rough because it's printed on noncommercial paper on pure cotton wool and you can feel the difference. tell the best forgeries from the original in its technical help. only the counterfeits glow under ultraviolet light. and the printing errors are
revealed under magnification. now from carrot so he has to deal with scoundrels of a different kind. mice have looted a hiding place in one customer's attic that's really gotten most of what's hard about cases involving mice is that they nor out the fibers to use as nesting material and carry it off somewhere. else but in this case the mouse was not to greet the cats so this confident he can piece together more than half of the each banknote and reimburse the customer. and so that'll make all of you with your not stuffed up your mattress to sleep a little better at night but something to say or if you want to get in touch via twitter or tweet the team or if you'd like to see any of those reports again you can find them on our web site that's it for us here on made take care and see you next.
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