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tv   Business  Deutsche Welle  September 19, 2019 3:45pm-4:01pm CEST

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one of the world's biggest trade. and the good economy creates thousands of new jobs but most of them are temporary and come without any social security benefits the challenge on both sides of the atlantic city. isn't asia. as welcome. as unveiled its 1st new smartphone since the us added it to a trade blacklist the chinese company has been showing off the 30 and made certain cro to launch event in munich today because of restrictions on u.s. companies working with it the new smartphones are not expected to have any google apps i'm going to say that could put many potential customers off new features of the made 30 include a 4 lens camera. and. the studio by mark tidd since he's a tech expert based here in berlin mike how do you see the chances for this kind of
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smartphone on the market without access to popular maps like google and it's not clear what the end road version is on that phone is it no i think they'll be very clear which i'm very averse into using i think the real question here is possible to believe that one up on your google and is not really about politics here is about users because not only google services and how to use different google products and we're talking about 250 or so products that google offers on many of them reach or a 1000000000 or 2 or 3000000000 of users but also other applications relying on word services so there's a huge dependency of users on google as a company and the question here is when someone will come is it possible to break up on a police is a good test on the highway coming into the horror it is possible as you told me earlier when we spoke with your own phone i mean you don't run a google android and i. says because it's off of the posse. will services only
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allowed you to have the most updated google applications or those of collaborative google etc weather wise your phone functions normally without will go services and you can use it for anything you want but as a as a consumer if i buy this huawei phone can i trust that it doesn't give the chinese government access to my phone the question is really complicated actually because can you trust any fun or any device these days most of them are made in places you don't think of most in china and a way doesn't matter if that's i phone or a google make products etc i weigh produce is high and they follow g.e. that is also affordable so the question is will people choose mention one of the cheaper one and how they're going to decide what works for them the question if there has been collected how it's being collected applies to any kind of devices doesn't matter where they may and by whom because you have different actors coming into the business of collecting data and is only who owns the operating system but also what applications you may be downloading to your phone and using them. do you
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think that huawei will be successful they want to be independent both with software and hardware. to get around the trade restrictions put in place by the us or we see that that's very hard to predict i would hope that to be many more different companies trying that route and bring them on the police so we have much more competition in a market where we can utilize open source under-aged and use different services on the top of that i think we need out as users mars agency thank you very much to all strain over the parliament has voted to reject the plant right deal between the e.u. and the 4 south american states following the decision from vienna the country might now block the whole agreement in brussels it's the latest blow to what's thought to be a landmark trade deal one that took 20 years to negotiate. austria is the latest country to cast doubt on a deal that's been 20 years in the making for the past several months the planned
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agreement between the european union and for south american nations has shown signs of on unraveling a trading relationship worth $88000000000.00 euros a year is at stake the e.u. exports $45000000000.00 euros of goods to brazil argentina paraguayan pure quite each year the markets are block cents almost as much back the deal would remove to she's on over 90 percent of good c.e.u. exports to america soar that includes cars textiles and chemicals mercosur countries for their part would benefit from reduced tariffs on aqua cultural products including poultry and beef but images like these of the amazon burning have prompted countries including france luxembourg and arland to threaten not to approve the agreement brazil in response accusing the bloc of using
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environmental concerns as a mosque for discontent among the e.u. farmers but with austria now adding its voice to the dissent the way forward for this long fought for deal is paved with obstacles. trade deals. clements he's a lobbyist in brussels and works for the german industry and. also what do they have against this deal in the 1st place why did the. hello good afternoon from brussels as you have indicated this deal has been negotiated for over 20 years it's one of the biggest deals to u.s. ever done covering more than 700000000 people around the globe opening markets and breaking down barriers and with an agreement like this which was really a big achievement for the outgoing commission it's no wonder it's absolutely normal
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to have a. big debate well informed debate and this is happening right now from the german business perspective we can tell you that more than 12000 companies and most of them are semi's are exporting to markets or and they are looking forward to have these areas be broken down you have seen the o.e.c.d. already reducing their estimate for growth for germany in the coming months and years ahead so this is a boost for our highly dependent economy which is dependent on international trade let me just let me just interject standard. and also tiny you just mentioned germany with a huge economy and also being a very tiny call me just contributing 0.2 percent on average to european g.d.p. how can it be that they can block this kind of deal. well like the german economy
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the austrian economy is also highly dependent on international trade and we are the you all member states negotiate together trade policy so that's what's been happening over the last 20 years to these talks have not been easy that's why it took so long but from the business perspective this is a balance still a good deal and we are setting standards and i think more people should talk about how all these new standards that you is proposing especially in the field of sustainability will be a move forward and if we leave this deal it means that others will jump in looking at china for example you think this deal is still save a bow and. this is. well the this deal is absolutely important that is the biggest trade deal we have right now to be ratified and it would be important for the you and all member states to finalized
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the negotiations and move forward with the ratification. we have seen this with many trade deals that it's been difficult negotiations discussions between all stakeholders and that's the way it should be the deal will be. looking forward to the headwinds we see and global trade so it's a very important signal especially if you look at the trade war between china and the u.s. with other markets slipping away this could be a very important symbol to move forward claimants with the german terms of industry and commerce in brussels thank you. thank you and now to some of the other global business stories making headlines today the organization for economic cooperation and development has cut its global growth forecast for the year is now expecting the world economy to expand by 2.9 percent instead of points to the o.e.c.d. says trade tensions such as the u.s.
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china trade will have driven global growth to its lowest levels since the financial crisis. a japanese court has found 3 former tepco executives not guilty of professional negligence for their role in the 2011 fukushima nuclear disaster and it's the only criminal trial related to the meltdown which continues to keep tens of thousands of people from their homes because of lingering radiation. burger king is to stop giving away plastic toys with children's meals and housing charged its customers to recycle existing ones to american kids have petitioned the king and its rival mcdonald's to stop contributing to plastic waste. now they call it the good economy a system which runs mainly on temporary jobs california has just signed a new labor legislation to protect rights said dr visit companies such as google and lift the big economy also exists here in germany mostly the brave new world of
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mobility. the clock is ticking abdullah has around 30 minutes to clean each automobile he services car sharing vehicles all around berlin the customers might just use the cars for a few minutes but when they do the car has to be spic and span. yellow stuff fierce for the summer to clean the cars exterior this year's glass cleaner and this one is all purpose cleaner and. the headquarters in stuttgart determines which cars have to be cleaned they use an algorithm as the company's boss don't ahamed explains to us in a sky conversation. calmly that there are various parameters for example when was the car last claimed if more than 30 days have passed or more than a 1000 kilometers have been driven or 15 to 20 bookings have been made if any one of these is triggered a cleaning orders generate it. and get it mike and i've done our full time
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employees but there are numerous small businesses which service the fleets of vehicles owned by vehicle share companies but they work without any social security there's never a guarantee of enough orders it's a thorn in the sign of workers unions. if you're going so it's basically about how i deal with working people and of course no one is forced to do these jobs it's hard work it's night work and it's very poorly paid but obviously there are people whether they are students and whoever feels like doing this kind of work does this do to and that's it for me other business in the informal business stories and background check out e.w. dot com. here's a quick look at global markets at this hour. though do you know.
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