Our guest this week is Sven Ripsas, a professor at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.
Rampant graft afflicting the mining industry has led to a massive loss of public revenue in many countries. A new report shines a light on the risks of corruption occurring at the very start of the mining process.
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.
Dealing in Bitcoin gets more real as trading in futures contracts of the virtual currency has started on Chicago's CBOE exchange. The subsequent buying frenzy prompted skeptics to again warn of a bubble.
German states led by parties in Angela Merkel's conservative Union have backed plans to begin deporting Syrians back to Syria starting in mid-2018. The proposal relates mainly to criminals and rejected asylum seekers.
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