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you're watching d.w. news still to come why salmon farmers in a remote area of the north atlantic are delighted about the prospect of britain leaving the e.u. . get out first we'll have that story for you and all of your business headlines coming right up stay with us. to frankfurt. international gateway to the best connection self road and rail. located in the heart of europe you are connected to the whole world. experience outstanding shopping and dining offers and try our services. be our guest at
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frankfurt airport managed by for. every journey begins with the first step and every language with the first word published in the book. rico is in germany to learn german why not learn with him simple online on your mobile and free shop d w z e learning course nikos fake german made easy. european diplomats are putting the finishing touches on the draft briggs it agreement that british prime minister theresa may as defended to the mail but how will the final deal impact on business in the british. although everyone is unhappy about greg's it something far less than the remote and. area of the north
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atlantic are the lights of the prospect of britain finally leaving european. this is the business as welcome britain has filed for divorce from the e.u. nearly two years ago and now the papers are ready but ish prime minister tourism i laid out the plan in a speech on thursday and said all promises were kept. mr speaker the text we have now agreed would create a new free trade area with the european union with no chariots fees charges or quantity of restrictions it's against free movement once and for all instead we will introduce a new skills based immigration system based not on the country people come from but on what they can contribute to the u.k. here. it ends the jurisdiction of the european court of justice in the u.k. . we will make our own rules in our own parliaments here in westminster and in edinburgh a car different belfast and they will be adjudicated on by u.k.
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courts and it means an end to sending vast sums of money to the e.u. so we can take full control of our money mr speaker the draft text that we have agreed with the commission is a good deal for our country and for our partners in the e.u. it honors the boat. it honors the coach of the british people by taking back control of our borders all the rules and our money while protecting jobs security and the integrity of our precious united kingdom. well is it really a good deal for the united kingdom the e.u. let's discuss this with our financial correspondent focus in britain from football how did the how did investors how did markets like that layout. you know what would get investors excited maybe a ratified agreement for now investors are not convinced the sterling rose about
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one percent yesterday when the news of the agreement came out but it's already dropped back down today and european markets are more or less neutral slightly positive that's of course because they're aware that pretty much every party in the u.k. parliament has declared that it will bow down whatever theresa may comes back with and one analyst summed it up saying the market is skeptical the platitudes and reassurances that a deal is within reach they'll only believe it once it's done so what's worse then for businesses. well for businesses really anything is better than no deal brags because it means so much uncertainty and any sort of direction that they can see is a positive sign that this political statement however we have to keep in mind it is not legally binding and it is also heard keep her t.v.
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still just to point one out trading goods should be as close as possible that's one of the statements in there now that is not exactly specific and that's what really helps businesses specific specific. sorry. things there there's still also complications and issues about fishing rights and about the solution in ireland where the u.k. favors a technical solution that however doesn't exist yet so so the question marks are at their. local symbolism frankfurt's thank you very much. i'll just mention fishing salmon is a favored state will do the upcoming. it is near in europe and demand has increased in recent years so huge some in farms of cropped up in the middle of the north atlantic far far away from most of the people who eat salmon now join us for visits
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to the far islands an archipelago halfway between norway and iceland just fifty thousand people live here that's and autonomy is region that belongs to denmark but unlike denmark does not belong to the european union and that's why people on the far islands are looking forward to breaks it because britons are already the leading consumers of thera salmon hopes of the u.k. outside of the e.u. would make trade much simpler. not a place you'd be likely to seek your fortune this rocky outcrop in the north atlantic but the farrow islands a booming and if anyone's responsible for that it seems on peter foster every morning he's out in the bay used to be out at sea for days on end and the islanders still do some deep sea fishing but the real boom is driven by salmon aquaculture one hundred thousand salmon swim in each of these cages worth millions of euros their biggest enemy is the salmon louse
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a small parasite checks are needed to prevent epidemics today everything's ok salmon farming has drastically changed cmon peter's life. i go home every day which you don't when you're at sea. at home with my wife and child every day it's much better than you can earn a lot of money here. the feral islanders are widely seen as free spirits independent stubborn and successful they have one of the world's oldest parliaments and their own prime minister actually your highness and he thinks it's important the tea and his government can take their own decisions way outside brussels. but the british are effectively coming over to their side with breaks it is seen as more of an opportunity than a threat on the ferro island. we're counting on a free trade agreement with the british for one simple reason great britain is our
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most important european market we don't have a free trade agreement with the e.u. that's why we want to have one with the british if you want to for. all of the big money is on the salmon that's most evident back a frost with a thousand employees it's now the biggest company here the new headquarters was inaugurated a year ago back in frosty a stock exchange listed in no ways capital oslo it makes millions in profits and reus peterson manages its land based production he's got a plausible explanation for the salmon boom. so the. one thing's for certain people around the world are eating ever more sushi is one of the most important reasons behind the surge in demand and the salmon price increases of the last five to six years six. pack a frost some seventy million euros into its new facility from here it's fisher exported to china the us russia and of course to great britain. talk
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about sushi the japanese car maker and the son wants to review the sheldon structure of its alliance with france's reynold according to the news agency just one day after the chairman carl is gone was sacked for allegedly underreporting his income there are concerns in france about the future of the government's involvement in the franco japanese automotive empire the finance ministers of both countries have met in paris to change fuse and both underscore their government's commitment to the alliance which was regionally engineered by who remains in custody. well for me that first cup of coffee in the morning. for a long day coffee is a daily stable for the world hard to believe that much of the product is still harvested by hand growers find it increasingly difficult to find enough help us to pick the beans columbia a clever new contraption is heating up the process. it
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takes just a slight touch of the berries drop and another touch and another the d.s.c. eighteen which looks and sounds like a weed whacker speeds up the coffee harvest no more hand picking. this is very new for us and will help us to work to reduce costs when it comes to picking sometimes we don't have enough personnel for picking so it's a great opportunity to take advantage of this machine and reduce production costs. there's a reason the farmers often don't have enough help during the harvest is not just about money but much more about major changes in the country the coffee has grown in the colombian mountains but fewer and fewer people live there. colombia is a country that's being industrialised it is a country where people are moving from the country to the city there are less and
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less people who want to accompany us in collecting coffee there is a need to find a solution and this machine is a solution. to colombia's urban migration somewhere between sixty thousand and ninety thousand coffee pickers are lacking each harvest season about half of that labor could be done with the help of the d.s.c. eighteen the machine's vibrating tongues are strong enough to knock right berries off the branch while the green ones are left undisturbed. the growers are excited about its possibilities. all change is difficult but we need to take a risk and adopt new technologies so we can understand that it is something beneficial for us i think this will be widely accepted. but then we will as it is you the new tool made by britain an agricultural machine builder from brazil will
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soon go to central american and african countries too. south korea has some so the electronics has apologized for cases of illness and death some of its work has such a over the last ten years something is not now says is it fails to create a safe working environment at its factories. a movement against some some began in two thousand and seven when a young woman died of leukemia from working in a factory and her father demanded more clarity clarity about her death the announcement comes weeks off the company and a group representing ailing work has agreed to accept compensation. and that's it for me and the business team a live update for you of course in the next hour of stay right here max merrill has a look at lifestyle trends in europe for you too of course is next.
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lifestyle you're wrong. you're wrong. fred the real power resides. i come from there lots of people in fact more than a billion to do but not just democracy to me that's one reason i'm passionate about people and aspirations and they can sense. the two finishing the book is fried chicken by name after the for the fun in one and i remember thinking at the time if the battle in vulcan for what anything can happen if people come together and unite for a cool. when i do the news i often confront difficult situations more conflict between does the stand i see despite my job to confront good speedos on policies and
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development to put the spotlight and issues that matter most congo to food security oppression marcion honestly since. i'm not has been achieved so much more needs to be john and i think people have to be at the heart of solutions my name is on the touchy about you know what could be just a few. of. either welcome said today's euro max your daily dose of european large style and culture is a quick look at what's coming up. in nordic motion young finnish designers are conquering
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