Students of mechatronic engineering learn to program robots as part of their traineeship at Bosch. This places them at the forefront of developments that will shape the workplaces of the future.
Some German schools are lucky to have a single computer in classrooms; others boast all the latest gadgets. Researchers for Bertelsmann have called for bigger investments in tech, but some teachers strongly disagree.
The head of the world's biggest carmaker Volkswagen has issued an unprecedented call to end tax breaks for diesel fuel in Germany, saying the technology must make way for cleaner ways of driving.
German economists have proposed an 'investment agenda,' calling for a massive boost in public spending on infrastructure and education, to boost the nation's productivity. They say it would more than pay for itself.
Over 120,000 Chinese live in Germany. Most of them are students; the second largest group consists of entrepreneurs. They network with each other — not just for business opportunities, but also for better integration.
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