Our studio guest is Manfred Jäger-Ambrozewicz, a finance market expert at the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin
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Speaking on the 40th anniversary of China's economic reforms, Xi made it clear that Beijing won't take orders from other countries. Though he vowed to further open up China, he offered no new specific measures to do so.
The award-winning British architect, now 65, told DW what has changed about Berlin, how he feels about Brexit and why he's inspired by one of the poorest areas of Europe.
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