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Dubai and the Airbus-Boeing duopoly -- In the Middle East, Airbus and Boeing are trying to wow aviation chiefs and ink billion-dollar deals. Airbus has profited from its rival Boeing's turbulent year, but things aren't all one-sided.

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Huawei and 5G — it's a minefield -- New 5G networks for mobile data transmission are mushrooming all over the world. Yet the question of whether Western governments should exclude China's Huawei from operations remains largely unanswered.

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What's the beef with Brazil's cattle ranches? -- With rising deforestation rates in the Amazon and 80% of logging linked to cattle ranching, some in Brazil are trying to boost sustainable livestock farming practices.

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How to overcome German firms' Africa angst -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel has hosted African leaders for the third G20 Compact with Africa summit in Berlin. The initiative aims to boost private investment in Africa — but challenges remain.

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Saudi oil giant Aramco kicks off milestone IPO -- Saudi Arabia has formally launched the initial public offering of stock in state-owned oil giant Aramco. The long-awaited IPO is part of plans to move the kingdom away from oil dependency.

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German plant a 'learning opportunity' for Tesla -- German labor relations and bureaucracy will prove a headache for the US e-car pioneer, says Altran consultancy tech analyst Peter Fintl. But Tesla's own checkered past shows the carmaker is able to cope with challenges.

2 days ago

VW to spend €60 billion on switch to EVs -- The German car giant said it will invest even more money than previously planned into expanding its electric fleet. Over the next decade, VW plans to roll out 75 completely electric models and 60 hybrid vehicles.

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BRICS — Still an alternative power bloc? -- The BRICS nations are in agreement on one thing — their increasing opposition to the US. Yet they have developed in different ways and at times pursue divergent interests.

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Who's afraid of Corbynomics? -- The unpopular Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is 14% behind in the polls in the run-up to the UK's December 12 election. But, it seems, some of his more radical economic ideas are not as unpopular as the man himself.

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Burkina Faso: A terrorist gold mine -- Gold mines in isolated areas of Africa's Sahel region have become a welcome source of income for terrorists. Recent attacks in Burkina Faso show that security forces in the region are unable to gain the upper hand.

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Luftansa arbitration falls apart -- Lufthansa and the cabin crew trade union UFO remain at odds over pay for some 21,000 workers.

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German police raid banking ring -- 19.11.2019 -- German authorities watched the suspected illegal banking operation for a year before their raid.

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Bolivia: Fuel plant clashes turn deadly -- Security forces conducted an operation to clear a blockade of a major fuel plant that left at least three people dead. Bolivia is suffering from food and gasoline shortages as a political crisis deepens.

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Tesla's Germany plans are no accident - In typical Elon Musk style, he almost casually announced plans to build the European Tesla factory on the outskirts of Berlin. For German carmakers the plans have come just at the right time, says DW's Henrik Böhme.

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Brandenburg thrilled to get Tesla Gigafactory -- Tesla's decision to build a Gigafactory in the Eastern German state of Brandenburg surrounding Berlin has been met with unconditional approval by people living there. They're already dreaming about thousands of jobs.

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Eurostar: The high-speed rail link turns 25 -- The rapid passenger rail service between London, Paris and Brussels made its maiden journey exactly 25 years ago through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar trains have since carried more than 200 million passengers.

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Exxon Mobil sued over climate 'lies' -- Falling profits, nervous investors and now allegations of climate deception — can things get any worse for Exxon Mobil? DW's Sabrina Kessler in New York says the oil giant is now lurching toward the future.

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Disney+ the new Netflix alternative -- The launch of the Disney+ streaming platform includes an eight-part Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. The entertainment giant will increasingly face a battle for viewers against gaming and social media sites.

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What happens to nuclear waste? -- African countries looking to invest in nuclear energy as a source of clean electricity should consider Europe's struggles with disposing of radioactive waste.

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Why India pulled out of the RCEP trade deal -- India this week dropped out of the RCEP free trade deal. Rahul Mishra says New Delhi's decision was aimed at protecting vulnerable sections of the economy as well as persuading China to grant reciprocal market access.

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Google launches Stadia game platform -- Google takes on gaming consoles like XBox and Playstation with Stadia game streaming platform

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Merkel hails African role -- Potential investors in Africa want transparency, Angela Merkel tells Compact with Africa summit

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China coal mine blast -- A gas explosion in a coal mine in northern China has killed 15 miners and left nine injured.

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Salmon farming in the desert -- Salmon farming in the desert: An Emirati fish farmer aims to reduce the country's taste for imported fish.

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Lebanon's banks reopen with strict controls in place -- Lebanon's banks reopened on Tuesday with new controls in place.

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The Dubai Airshow 2019 is underway -- The Dubai Airshow 2019 just opened its doors. The five day event will be the last major trade fair of the decade.

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Investors eye Saudi Aramco's IPO -- Saudi Aramco's IPO could be the world's biggest share listing, but focus is on local investors

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Airbus lands huge deals -- Airbus signed two massive deals worth a combined $30bn at the Dubai Air Show.

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The 77 Percent — The future of African film -- From video cassettes to compact discs, indeed, the international film industry has evolved with technology. Valued at about 140 billion dollars last year, African film producers and actors are aiming for a bigger slice of the global pie. Listen to the show to understand how streaming services are making it easier to reach audiences.

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DW Business Asia -- 15 miners dead after gas explosion in Chinese mine - Lebanon's banks reopen with strict controls in place - Los Angeles nail salon, Bellacures, offers virtual technology manicures

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Los Angeles nail salon, Bellacures, offers virtual technology manicures -- A nail salon in Los Angeles is now offering virtual reality experiences during manicures and pedicures. The move is aimed to help customers relax into a meditative state. The images include 360 degree experiences of forests, beaches and waterfalls.

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From pixels to virtual reality -- Video games have driven technological progress, while game developers have long tried to get the most out of technology. Over time, new genres and fantastic digital game worlds have emerged.

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Grünheide hopes for Tesla -- For years, there's been speculation over where Tesla boss Elon Musk will build his European Gigafactory. Now, he seems to have decided on the hamlet of Grünheide in Brandenburg outside of the German capital, Berlin.

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Volkswagen's electric future -- Volkswagen is serious about electromobility. In the city of Zwickau, near Germany's Czech border, the carmaker is pressing ahead with the production of its ID.3 electric car. Henrik Böhme was there to see it.

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Washington 'may not need' to put tariffs on European cars: Ross -- US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he hopes enough progress has been made in trade negotiations to avoid the measure. President Trump must decide whether to impose tariffs of 5-15% by November 17.

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Consolidation in car industry picking up speed -- The planned merger between PSA and Fiat Chrysler is yet another sign that consolidation in the global auto industry continues unabated, says Arndt Ellinghorst, head of Global Automotive Research at Evercore.

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Germany faces falling tax revenue -- Germany's public coffers are often described as overflowing. Keeping them topped up is so important to Berlin - it's even anchored in the law. But Germany's Eurozone neighbors - and incoming ECB chief Christine Lagarde - are urging Germany to loosen its wallet to fend off a possible recession.

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Mario Draghi - will he be remembered as a hero? -- After eight years at the helm of the European Central Bank, Thursday sees Mario Draghi preside over his last policy meeting at the bank. It's not been all smooth sailing. Several members of his governing council have publicly criticised his latest measures, with one top official even resigning over Draghi's open-ended bond buying scheme aimed at stabilizing the Eurozone.

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'Draghi saved the eurozone from a deep recession' -- Alexander Kriwoluzky, head of macroeconomics at the German Institute for Economic Research, reflects on the legacy of outgoing ECB chief Mario Draghi, saying he will leave the central bank with a "stellar record."

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Whatever it takes? Unpicking Draghi's legacy -- Described by US economist Paul Krugman as "[arguably] the greatest central banker of modern times," Mario Draghi served as head of the European Central Bank from 2011 to October 31. He leaves a mixed legacy.

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