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apple and is the streaming was it tries to peel viewers away from its rivals in an already saturated market and may not fry time entrepreneur pushes instincts as the healthy snack of the future and see if. i'm going fizzling place to business the future of tech is seeing the world's biggest economies teaming up germany and india busy signing agreements today for research and development out official intelligence than mobility both lag regional heavyweight china in many fields is what german chancellor angela merkel had to say about the 2 nations tie up in. india has huge potential especially when it comes to digitalisation. development is very fast so when it comes to 5 g. and a i it's a challenge but if we work together this will be a wonderful means of cooperation. mcaleese in india for today's talks with prime
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minister nuri interim ot of focused on issues like smart cities and renewable energy while the leaders a keen to strengthen business and trade ties last year trade between germany and india was worth of 18000000000 euros but that figure is dwarfed by germany's trade with china 10 times as much as india's economy has been growing rapidly in recent years though the country has been keen to encourage investment from abroad but obstacles remain infrastructure the country's legal system which is seen as lacking transparency and a big one bureaucracy every trade deal between the e.u. and india could smooth out some of those issues spot that won't happen any time soon let's go over to dave charity he's following this story for us from mumbai they have a germany and india really a good match. absolutely do both countries up effect match for each other and they are made for each other for a long long time you mean you may be aware that in germany is companies are
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operating in india since 1967 so we have a long history as far as a business relations. i meet with a rise in business ties of our of the present scenario indian instead of investment specially in the areas artificial intelligence defense and of course india would be selling at spectrum next year for generation because of wireless telephony so we would require a large influx of chill telecom infrastructure and of course north investments specially in the high end technology and this is religion and companies coming and going help. out of action units in india and as you may be aware we will be coming and visiting us factory a no no going to go in you in delhi and that is because india is where metro rail is in almost every city then there's a huge used for underground rivers in india and we need to go and so on board the real lives and so on and also for the intercept dev just really briefly what are
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their chances of catching up to china on the tech front oh boy china is like a huge to elephant in the room for all the countries china is opening equipments that do in get traction on the cost of war germany is offering as well as artificial intelligence is concerned you may be aware that india has got some of the best writers in the setting you know you know silicon valley that is in bangalore and of course germany is having a very high your presence in enter quality and that is where board defenders can come together and that are going to sandy take on the rest of the world have chatted before us in mumbai thank you. the german chancellor received a toxic welcome earlier in the day modi treating merkel to a military parade in severely polluted air ignoring medical advice both leaders review the god of honor without mosques schools and shut until november 5th the pollution also has its economic consequences it reduces productivity and crop
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yields while increasing health costs and is a plan to restrict the movement of private cars in the capital in early 2 weeks from monday to ease the situation. the e.c.b. has a new boss christine lagarde and stranger to international finance the former head of the i.m.f. finds herself in a tricky situation though many expect she'll continue druggies course of high liquidity and super low interest rates that won't make everyone happy. the new head of the european central bank hasn't given too much away about how she intends to proceed in her new job but she has given some indication of what she thinks the institution needs to do the zeevi needs to listen to and understand markets need not be guided by market but it certainly needs to listen and understand but it also needs to listen and understand the people. because a currency is after all
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a public good that belongs to the people we can go it is widely expected to maintain the loose monetary policy spearheaded by her predecessor mario draghi the combination of super low interest rates and a massive bond buying program helped stabilize some of the euro zone's weakest and most indebted economies in the wake of the financial crisis but those policies have of course been bad news for savers who feel there is no longer an incentive to park their money in the bank and fear they could soon be even punished for doing so christine legarde previously served as finance minister of france before taking over as the head of the international monetary fund both jobs demanded some degree of crisis management experience that could well come in handy in her new job as e.c.b. head. some of the other business stories making news japan's jobless rate inched up in september to 2 point 4 percent the relatively low the number of poorly paid
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temporary in part time workers rose many companies they're trying to cut labor costs or made growing economic uncertainty. a spokesman for the malaysian finance you want to be one m.t.b. scandal says he's been offered asylum abroad jodo is accused of plundering the nation's over and well fund purchases including the super yacht u.s. officials say he's agreed to fulfill the property including a beverly hills home and private jet and. apple is taking its 1st big bite out of the streaming market with the launch of apple t.v. plus the service has already signed up mega stars such as oprah winfrey and steven spielberg but what does the tech giant's entry mean for its rivals well netflix remains the dominant force in streaming but it's a privacy has been challenged in recent years by the likes of hulu and amazon prime video now the big studios are taking matters into their own hands meaning even more competition warner media has just launched the service h.b.o.
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max disney income cost the getting in on the act and what does this mean for you even more subscriptions for your favorite shows let's bring in martin bateman and he joins us from the university of central lancashire to talk a bit about this. first of all i'd like to know if apple is in your opinion a little late in its game well there are little lights on things like netflix and amazon prime a large share of the market at the moment. with things like disney plus coming all releasing later this month. it's expected that the disney streaming services are going to be able to get a large quantity of the market mainly because they have a lot of contacts so it's awful ha's lots of content that people want to watch that they should be able to take some of the markets well it doesn't sound like they are going to have a lot of content i mean all of it's going to be a regional and their own be offering handful of programs as does apple expect
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people to leave the competition or or have multiple subscriptions. i think it's unlikely that expecting people to release all this description services so you mentioned they have limited content as far as i'm aware of the going to have an i it's the content of all they will be t.v. shows and they're all original they're not going to be kind of the reasons that netflix of golf or the side that is on those goals so it's more likely that the amazon streaming services is going to be a 3rd or 4th streaming service that people are going to subscribe to. the way only please if i wish you had a subscription just because we're running out of time and it's author of the year for free if you buy an i phone i find that quite funny considering how expensive an i phone is by its monthly subscription is only going to be for $99.00. it's i think it's just a way of getting subscribers they have very limited content unless they have content that people want to watch people are going to switch to their streaming
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service exactly so people already switch between streaming services getting things every so often all kind of amazon subscribe for a month and subscriber subscribe to netflix and unsubscribe and that's when they have thousands of shows to watch. apple is kind of on the back foot with only one left to leave it there thank you very much for joining us from lancaster i think it instead of salted peanuts potato chips would you grab a bag of krispy crickets is next time entrepreneur reckons bugs in a bag will be the future snack. these crickets must feel pretty special after all humans housed them and feed them delicious food what more could a cricket ever want but it's latest at this point that the crickets realize that their hotel keepers are actually the grim reaper crickets are a delicacy in thailand and that means they're also big business ties have always eaten them but one visionary businessmen not shantytown had the idea of backing up
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insects like potato chips. i heard on t.v. about how the un said insects were a good alternative source of protein for the future to feed the world's growing population who so i thought thais eat a lot of insects already and eat them as street food as anyone put them in a bag if not how can we do it and we mean what sort of flavors do we use do we make them similar to the taste from street vendors were different. chanted time decided on barbecue flavor and flavor a favorite of ties everywhere he also sells silkworms and bamboo worms they become a popular high protein alternative to a bag of chips among young people there and the united nations food and agricultural organization confirms the nutritional value of insects but they have an incredible high content of protein but also many growth and for example also by
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12 to tons of insects are packaged and shipped from this bangkok factory every month that represents $100000.00 u.s. dollars in bugs. and just briefly in lebanon on private banks have funny because i've been up to 2 weeks a close during weeks of antigovernment protests branches that just reopened when full protest is the locked themselves in the headquarters of the lebanese association of banks barring others from leaving or entering still many locals are believed just to get their hands on some much needed cash for the 1st time since the middle of october. nice thing business with.
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the 1st.
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go indiana. roads factories cities their numbers are increasing while the forests are decreasing how can they be protected how can reforestation be done right. from the climate for wildlife for humans the forest is a dire importance. that people put. you on facebook and twitter up to date and didn't touch.
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the boss and it says if the guy you don't need to keep a day about the bones both for the older mets and home the foursome for some small closeness he made that nickname up later that was the bottom of the valley that the last dragon was were called the harlem. river on. the back.
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after the fall of the berlin wall the night. this is due to the news line from berlin joining forces turkey and russia begin joint patrols in north eastern syria. the operation aims to move kurdish militias out of the region turkey's president to want plans to resettle some 2000000 people opponents say it's a human catastrophe in the making also coming up the german chancellor angela merkel talks train and security with indian prime minister narendra modi on the
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table closer industrial and strategic ties. plus speaking out 1st.


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