Made in Germany gives an inside view of the global economy, provides gripping business reports from the heart of Europe. From the world’s financial markets to the offices of top CEO’s, our reporters are where the economic action is. Every week top-flight business analysts visit our Berlin studios and explain current economic developments as they happen.
Diversity is about much more than meeting gender quotas. The Head of Diversity & Inclusion at one of Germany’s largest banks explains why effective change has to be targeted and supported by a company’s top echelons.
In moves to meet its Paris Agreement obligations, Germany is investing massively in renewable energy. At the same time, power plants running on coal continue to emit huge amounts of CO2 in some parts of the country.
If you're looking for a particular street address, all you have to do is turn on your smartphone. But few individual buildings have been mapped inside. Some experts say the field of indoor navigation has a very bright future.
A search for "disabled" and "tech" produces plenty of links about how technology is life-changing for people with special needs - but not many job offers. One of the few disabled people working in the sector is app designer Raul Krauthausen.
A search for ‘disabled’ and ‘tech’ produces lots of links about how technology is life-changing for people with special needs – but not many job offers. One of the few disabled people working in the sector is app designer Raul Krauthausen.
The German steel industry has been in panic mode for some years now. China is selling its surplus steel in Europe - and now the US is imposing punitive tariffs on steel imports. Is Germany the loser in global steel trade?
US president Donald Trump is raising tariffs, the EU is punishing dumping prices and China is throwing its surplus onto world markets. The steel industry is experiencing a trade war. Steel is being overproduced - and greenhouse gas CO2 along with it.
France has massive debts. Its trade balance is under par. President-elect Emmanuel Macron, a former investment banker, wants to reduce government debt. His goal is to reform the French economy - in part along German lines.