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  1. Business World and Press Juli 2017

    • Economic reforms: The big challenges facing France (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Company value: Tesla has something hotter than cars – its story (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Brexit: EU workers turning their backs on Britain (+ Audio)
    • Retail chain: M&S hungers for convenience stores (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • India: Alcohol ban on bars and restaurants near highways  (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Global competition: China to build its own high-tech industries (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Electricity: Britain’s first day without burning coal  (+ Audio +  Übungsmaterial)
    • Air safety: Alert over pilots’ poor English (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Cyber crime: Microsoft wants to fight back (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Fast food: Fish and chips fall out of favour with millennials (+ Übungsmaterial)


  2. Business World and Press Juni 2017

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    • Starvation: As democracy retreats, famine makes a comeback (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Brexit: Frankfurt takes lead in race for City jobs (+ Audio)
    • Streaming: Songwriters in battle over digital revenues (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Brexit: Food industry concerned about future of Irish trade (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Energy: World abandoning coal in dramatic style (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Energy sharing: Neighbors trade solar energy among themselves (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Workplace: Executives risk penalties for office affairs (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Workplace: When the boss is half your age (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Energy supply: How Norway will keep Britain’s lights on (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)


  3. Business World and Press Mai 2017

    • Expatriates: Millionaire migrants (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • EU 60 years: Expansion dreams face reality check (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Energy: Offshore wind moves into mainstream (+ Audio)
    • US Employment: ‘Jobs for the boys’ only half the story (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Brexit: UK bankers looking for Irish jobs (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Car imports: Trump wants more American cars in Japan (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Fighting inequality: South Africa considers minimum wage (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Gold reserves: Germans repatriate part of their gold reserves (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Ethnic food: Half of UK’s curry houses could shut (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Luxury estates: Super-rich seek boltholes in New Zealand (+ Übungsmaterial)
  4. Business World and Press April 2017

    • Workplace: Why is work making us miserable (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Website business: Trivago’s successful ad campaign (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Subscription economy: Streaming services overtake broadcast TV (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Car industry: VW reclaims crown as world’s biggest carmaker (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Energy storage: Tesla batteries give California power grid a boost (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Business lifestyle: Where have San Francisco’s children gone? (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Tech companies: Silicon Valley is disrupting the way we all live (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Brexit and migrants: British heartlands worry about losing EU workers (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)


  5. Business World and Press März 2017

    • Trade: US protectionism rattles German heartlands (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Technology: Robots deliver service with a smile (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Retailer: Amazon to open grocery shops (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Iran: Western telecom groups connect with untapped market (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Fast food: McDonald’s introduces table service (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Immigrant labour: California migrants suffer from poverty and malnutrition (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Environment: New Delhi – the world’s worst polluted megacity (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Trump’s executive order: Silicon Valley fears more restrictions on visas (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Territorial dispute: Canada and Denmark fight over small island (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Racism: East Germany’s economy at risk (+ Übungsmaterial)
  6. Business World and Press Februar 2017

    • Donald Trump: Campaign’s easy answers confront hard reality (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Ceta: A trade deal wins approval (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Elon Musk: The billionaire techno-idealist (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Coke and Pepsi: Donors to public health and lobbyists against it (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Energy: Renewable energy surpasses fossil fuels (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio) 
    • Rail Services: Rising demand in Europe and elsewhere (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Surrogacy: Delhi cracks down on women renting out their wombs (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Apple: UK headquarters to move into London’s Battersea Power Station (+ Audio)
    • Brexit: Scientists fear brain drain (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Scotland: Seaweed cultivation could become new business model (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
    • Antarctica: Ross Sea to become world’s biggest marine reserve (+ Übungsmaterial + Audio)
  7. Business World and Press Januar 2017

    • Brexit: Rising prices hit home for UK shoppers (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Philanthropy: Can Facebook’s $3bn end all disease? (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Car industry: German automakers shift gear on electric cars (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • US labour market: Millions climb out of poverty, at long last (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Labour shortages: Japan opens door to temporary foreign workers (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Job applications: 5 things you ought to include in your CV (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Smartphone maker: Samsung’s brand is battered – can it make a comeback? (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Holiday industry: Tourism helps lift Greek economy (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Rail industry: French government rescues Alstom (+ Übungsmaterial)
  8. Business World and Press Dezember 2016

    • Railway: Siemens to make German trains run on time  (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Working life: Emailing from the pool no longer a sign of importance  (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Globalisation: Robot advances help Adidas bring home production  (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Mobile technology: Digital detoxers answer call of the wild (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Manufacturing: Rebirth of Britain's textiles industry (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Britain and EU: Brexit slows flow of migrant workers' wages sent home (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Africa: Zimbabwe threatens to seize farms of opponents (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Professions: Flight attendants reveal facts that airlines don't tell passengers (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Pharmaceuticals: Poorer countries should be given access to generic drugs, says UN (+ Übungsmaterial)


  9. Business World and Press November 2016

    • Holidaymakers: UK benefits from mini tourism boom  (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Economic growth: Silicon Valley no answer to sluggish productivity  (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • German banks: ECB policy leads to more savers being charged (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Airline: Ryanair to cut back on UK flights in favour of EU routes (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Automation: Robots economy sparks global investment boom (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Developing world: Catch-up of emerging nations set back for decades (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Taxation: US companies braced for tax shake-up as Apple feud escalates (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Internet access: How to give rural America broadband (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Energy market: Why energy may soon be free in some parts of the world (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Job interviews: How the colour of your clothes can help you get a job (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Illegal fishing: Flocking to Robben Island – tourists by day, poachers by night (+ Audio + Übungsmaterial)
  10. Business World and Press September 2016

    • EU and Britain: Brexit and young generation's European identity (+ Übungsmaterial)
    • Welfare benefits: One size cannot fit all when it comes to providing an income (+Audio + Übungsmaterial)
    • Brexit / Financial Services: As Britain faces uncertainty, Europeans jockey for London's business
    • Environment / Recycling: Companies reap profits from wasted food (+ Audio)
    • Employment: Uberisation provides paid work for five million Britons
    • Workplace: The one thing you should never say after being fired

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