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In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.

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In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.

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Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Latest release on Sep 15, 2020

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In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.

Electric cars -- the sound of silence

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Electric cars don’t come with the sound of a combustion engine, so many car fans said they don’t produce the same emotions. The European Union said electric cars are too quiet and therefore a hazard to pedestrians. The solution: artificial sound.

Sep 15 2020

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Face to Face: Mobility and COVID-19

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Hans-Peter Kleebinder is a mobility expert and visionary. So how does he envision the future of mobility? And what effect will the pandemic have? Will private vehicles become more important again? And what will that mean for the "sharing economy”?

Sep 15 2020

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Why SUVs are conquering the world

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They clog up the roads, pollute the air - and are a huge earner for the automobile industry. Just why are SUVs so popular? And how bad are these vehicles really for our planet?

Sep 15 2020

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Are new EU rules for truck drivers a curse or a blessing?

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The EU aims to improve the working conditions of millions of truck drivers. But the new rules have been met with massive resistance, especially in Eastern Europe. Max Zander accompanies a Romanian truck driver as he works to find out why.

Sep 08 2020

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Four-day week - a model for the future?

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Many people would like to work less - and have more time for friends and family. The environment could also benefit. The four-day week might be the model of the future. Studies suggest employees are more creative and productive when they work less.

Sep 08 2020

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We need digital specialists!

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The move to working online during the coronavirus crisis has shown just what a shortage there is of skilled IT workers to support it. Companies are desperately looking for professionals who can drive digitalization. We attend an IT boot camp.

Sep 08 2020

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Krieger knows how to work from home!

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Before coronavirus, very few Germans worked from home. Krieger asks if it’s better to get things done alone on your sofa in a tracksuit or together with colleagues in the office in a business suit. Is working from home freedom or social isolation?

Sep 08 2020

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The office - past, present and future

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Half of all employees in Germany nowadays work in offices. But when and why were offices built? And is the modern-day office now threatened by coronavirus? MADE takes a look into the history and the future of the office.

Sep 08 2020

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Five years in Germany - Refugees and their work

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Four years ago we met two Syrian refugees working at their first job in Germany in a parcel center. Today we find out how it worked out. Are they making a living - and do they feel at home in Germany?

Sep 08 2020

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Why DHL is thriving during the pandemic

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A lot of global air freight is transported in passenger planes. But with fewer in the skies because of the pandemic, logistics companies such as DHL are picking up the slack - and actually profiting from the pandemic.

Sep 07 2020

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The pandemic's impact on airlines

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Before the coronavirus, an average of more than 1 million people were traveling by plane at any given time. The pandemic reduced the number to less than 100,000. MADE looks at the numbers on the pandemic's impact on the airline industry.

Sep 01 2020

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Krieger - Up, up and away

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Let go and lift off! Olaf Krieger tells us why we all need to follow our inner compass.

Sep 01 2020

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Airport shops suffer during Covid-19 pandemic

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Before the coronavirus outbreak, airport shops employed lots of people. MADE reporter Milto Schmidt went to Frankfurt to find out how retail concessions -- shops and food service outlets -- at the airport have been faring since the pandemic hit.

Sep 01 2020

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Aircraft manufacturing in crisis

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The coronavirus crisis has been catastrophic for major airlines. Manufacturers are also affected. Airbus has discontinuing its A380, and when the last model was assembled in Toulouse in June, MADE was there to say goodbye.

Sep 01 2020

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On your bike!

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The pandemic has seen lots of people take to cycling. Avoiding crowds on public transport is one reason, trying to stay or get fit another. Cities are upgrading their cycling infrastructure.

Aug 31 2020

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The costs and benefits of healthcare

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Rich countries spend a lot on medical treatment, but the ones that spend the most per capita don't necessarily have the best outcomes.

Aug 31 2020

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Telemedicine. Video-calling the doctor

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Keeping your distance is a priority during the pandemic. Video consultations with doctors are becoming ever more common in some countries. But digital technology is of growing importance in many other aspects of remote monitoring and diagnosis.

Aug 31 2020

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Lockdown photography

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In the coronavirus pandemic, Mutua Matheka had to stop working or adapt when restrictions on movement were imposed in Nairobi, Kenya. He chose the latter and has created gripping new photographs without leaving his house.

Aug 25 2020

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Consumption and consumerism

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Without consumption, no production, no economy and no life. Consumerism is something else and has more to do with the needs of capitalism than the needs of people. A brief history.

Aug 25 2020

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Jette Joop on change in the fashion industry

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The high-end designer says the pandemic represents an opportunity to think about what is important. Does that include fashion?

Aug 25 2020

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