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sunday and an elite few will be aiming again for i would record. i'm looking for a thoughtful for a time most of the police population people who love sport second this most of course. still under for cause. there's a high possibility that we are delivering water. because if you try to get the kind of approach it would do us that it's not even about getting open and it's just running away from yeah or as for that amateur around us they've been training for perhaps yes but simply crossing the finish line for many would serve as one of the sporting. yes.
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yes. learn german with d w any time any place. whether with joe joe enter finds alex stuck to. or with friends all over the world. online and interactive. german to go and. learn german for free with d. w. . german steel giantess and india have struck a preliminary deal to merge their european operations creating a fifty fifty joint venture. if the merger goes ahead up to four thousand jobs
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could be lost i have a combined workforce of forty eight thousand at the tricycle plant in germany on friday thousands of steel workers took to the streets in protest some fear these cuts are only the beginning. we're all very upset and worried about our jobs as you'd expect one plant after another is closing down they say our jobs are secure until twenty twenty but after that we'll be out on the streets that's. almost two of our young people need a future that's what's important without jobs the city will die. the problem is that the workers have to shoulder the burden of the merger we're definitely opposed to us and if we can't stop the merger at least we'll try to get as many concessions to workers as possible. to. just clip c.e.o. is defending the move in your line of might if you can manage it if we continue on
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our own risk to jobs would have been far greater and the restructuring would be even more extensive than under the joint venture i'm just trying to mention the fusion will help the two companies compete against cheap steel imports from china and the european markets. tata won't break the top ten of global steel producers they'll be better positioned in europe with a clear shot at second place bested only by luxembourg's arcelor mittal. markets responded well to the merger news with shares for both companies rising on the prospect of six hundred million euros in cost savings down the two companies compliment each other well tata is strong in industrial steel just unclip in steel for auto manufacturing. ryan air europe's largest airline by passenger numbers has announced it will cancel thousands of flights. at the end of october that's around forty to fifty flights
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a day with no guarantee that there won't be more cancellations the airline c.e.o. said this was due to errors made in the scheduling of pilot holidays hundreds of thousands of travelers are already affected the budget airline is preparing for up to twenty million euros in compensation claims at the annual meeting and dublin some shareholders gave vent to their criticisms. relationship with him and pilots in general and after the pilots are coming back to him and not meeting him halfway cancellations are very unfortunate disappointing i have flights booked going or i now know that there. on monday the c.e.o. denied that ryan air had an overall shortage of pilots. that doesn't mean the from flying we don't make missiles and we do. i take responsibility for it is my message and therefore i have to clean it up. oh there he has said that he can force pilots
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to delay a week of leave in exchange for financial compensation. but many ryan air pilots have rejected o'leary's offer of this loyalty bonus instead many have signed their names to a letter demanding better pay and full employment contracts. rumors are rife about what's going to happen to air berlin germany second largest airline is bankrupt and looking for a buyer an announcement is due monday right now i looked on that easy jet on thomas cook's condo are the front runners so are layoffs around the corner the trade unions are calling for action. the situation for air berlin stock has grown very precarious we don't know it's a moment which jobs are really secure in the long term we've been aware for quite a while that jobs for administrative than technical staff don't seem to have any
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future kind of. that's why both unions and the airline are demanding the german government set up a temporary employment agency to act as a safety net for air berlin employees left jobless after the dust settles they'd receive financial aid and job training during the transition period another sign that the airline expects it won't find an investor to take it on lock stock and barrel. it's bad news for london on friday the city's transportation authority said it will not renew the operating license effective october first. the regulators said it concerns about customer security and safety and said the u.s. started demonstrates a lack of corporate responsibility the right hilling service says it will try to overturn the decision with some forty thousand drivers london is biggest market in britain. taiwan's h t c has announced the partial sale of its smartphone business
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to google the u.s. company will shell out one point one billion dollars to gain access to some h d c smartphone peyton's google will also take over the lion's share of its r. and d. division half of the company's four thousand developers will move to google the two companies had a ready collaborated on the first next a smartphone. the bitcoin bubble may be about to pop banking regulators in china have ordered local crypto currency exchanges to shut down. j.p. morgan c.e.o. is also not a fan and has called the digital currency of fraud over the past two weeks bitcoin has plunged some forty percent that's still triple of what it was at the start of the year critics say this could be the beginning of the end. the largest u.s. toy store chain filed for bankruptcy protection in the u.s. and canada on monday toys r us has taken
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a beating from competition with online shopping and discount chains the company has had to take on billions of dollars in debt in order to remain open for business. toys r us has some sixty four thousand employees worldwide. these days three d. printing is big news here lasers are printing a gas turbine component it takes just a day to complete the printed version is just a sturdy is the conventional one the found hope for institute in germany develop this technology for the company and diesel in turbo. if i was it. from my perspective i'd say we've reached a milestone. still we're just beginning with series production. there are things we still need to learn and to master process robust this is a problem with us and process quality control to us there are definitely
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a few things that we still need to do research on. enforcement officer. and they end diesel and turbo plans to use the three d. printed components in a series production. the turbine consists of twelve separate pieces that's a lot less than using a former process and our production is faster and more efficient to. use in the. video we've seen that this technology can reduce costs it allows us to integrate smaller parts into larger assemblies. and we can completely amid assemblies that we don't need anymore so the savings will be able to achieve a quite significant significant amount you think you can. the new components might cost the tents more than conventionally produced parts but thinks the three d. printing the company saves around thirty thousand euros per turbine. beginning in twenty eighteen and they end plans to print the turbine veins as well they're investing
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two and a half million euros in the project even though they only produce five to ten gas turbines a year the new technology should pay for itself in the future the company plans to use three d. printing for other products like compressors and motors. the only limit might be the size of the component and its weight exploring the technology for smaller and complex components right now that's where three d. printing technology offers many advantages and will continue to build large parts heavy parts conventionally in the future. when it comes to serious production this new technology is still in its early stages but in the future up to ten percent of m a n components might come from the three d. printer. on canada as west coast environmental activists and first nations people are protesting against fish farming and industrial fish farms raise hundreds of
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thousands of salmon in the region protesters have now i set up a common the middle of this farm and say they've occupied us they want to send out a clear message. were done with us for foreign ministry they have never had our permission to be in our territories and we've had enough for not let them destroy our environment our waters take our salmon away from us worked on these guys need to get off we need to get out now the occupied facility was built by a norwegian company marine harvest the largest salmon farming firm in the world it has sales of a ryan three and a half billion euros a year company representatives refused requests for an interview the industry is profiting from canada new trade agreement with the e.u. which has eliminated tariffs and increased exports. but environmental activists say aquaculture is damaging while stocks of the fish when wild salmon migrate upstream
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from the pacific to reproduce they swim right past the fish farms critics say that has spread disease and infection canadian authorities however play down the issue and say the cage salmon pose no threat to their wild cousins when atlantic salmon are actually put out into the ocean they go disease free they're raised in hatcheries a land base facilities and fresh water and we actually have a large suite of vaccinations that are given to the fish to guarantee that they're entering the water in a clean and healthy way that may be true but why are fisherman in british columbia catching fewer and fewer wild salmon many factors could be playing a role including climate change and pollution but most locals blame the fish farms for their empty lines and nets. going into the season we knew it was going to be more warm and i think is even worse than what they were projected to get has
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a meaning. that it was here not only this area but up in the northern areas has been weak runs through. the first nations activists are planning to continue to protest the industrial aquaculture facilities in their waters and say their rights are being violated even the coast guard is now involved and there's no end to the impasse in feist's. the numb to say the only solution is for the fish farm to shut down and that was our week in review. fifty kitchens one city common area one to our own land jerome x. series is a very simple recipe but that's why i made
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