Many refugees in Germany hope to start their own business. But only a few have achieved that goal so far. Made in Germany meets some Syrians who were able to make that leap and find out what hurdles they faced.
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Refugees and refugee homes are still attacked nearly every day in Germany — but the figures dropped significantly last year. Left-wing politicians blame both the AfD and Angela Merkel's party for stirring up hatred.
Many refugees in Germany want to start their own business. But only a few have achieved that goal so far. We're meeting Syrians, who started out successfully. We find out what hurdles they need to jump over.
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