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president george w bush invited us through the summer home. we talked about the path and the special relationship to chancellor. i'm going, i'm not afraid to make a decision, was not afraid to leave the kind person with a lovely so, and that's the person i got to know the interview with george w bush july 14th at 1530 u t. c. on the w, the, the world's factory is running at full speed as china's export surge, we ask our correspondent, what the figures mean for the global recovery and your pockets. and the world's biggest con acres announcing a strategic overhaul today can focus on the power of his business for a post petrol future. also coming up, we take you to space, sierra nevada,
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where climate change is robbing low cost of an important water source. hello and welcome to dw business. i'm daniel winter in berlin. china's exports surged in june and more than expected, leaping 32 percent companies across the world are facing supply bottlenecks. giving china the upper hand imports rose more than 37 percent, hefty rise, but still down from the previous month assign china's economic recovery is leveling off our correspondence. so some hand anti pay has more china export or for example, benefit from the early reopening of the economy. while foreign competitors are your faith in anti virus down in china life elsewhere with bars 2 surgeons the control of the outbreak as well. so it's supply chains are stable, therefore, the demand of trainees good has risen. and we can see that from the numbers folk
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sagen, this set to announce an overhaul of its strategy today. and all signs are it's going to double down on emo ability, digitalization and services. b, w has already pledged 1000000000 to make the switch to electric. among the big projects and 800000000 euro development center headquarters in baltimore, germany, folks our boss habits deece will lead the strategy. v w has extended his contract until 2025, while conrad boone has more from the frankfurt stock exchange on this. so what do we know already? what we'll focus on groups, new strategy looked like well, daniel, in one sentence, this new strategy will transform folks from being an engineering firm based on making hardware, hardware, cars, into a 21st century century digital tech firm. which means, for example, this development center, you just told us about folks why has not gone higher. many engineers with a classical degree in cod design. it's software people that folks long is looking
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for program as people who are able to write the code for all these beautiful things of the future that this strategy also will tell us about self driving cars. an automated driving platform, new will bill, it is services. this is the sound of folks flag and strategy in the 2nd decade of the 21st century. now, of course, we shouldn't make any mistake with this is the massive shift and we w has have renewed hub at thesis contract. is he really the right man to lead this massive strategic change over the coming years? i have to say there not many analysts out there who believes that he's not the right man since these came to folks long about 6 years ago, he set the pace and it is quite a high tempo. he has been setting what's more use doesn't shy away from conflicts in particular with the influential union. the work has councils, people at folk song. and last but not least,
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the share price ease. now at the moment, finally again, at the level it was before the diesel cheating scandal came out in the fall in autumn of 2015. so that big strategic announcement happening in the next hour and conrad, those will be fall following it for us. so thank you very much. conrad in france. and now a quick look at some other business stories making headlines. frances anti trust watch dog is finding google half a 1000000000 euros, saying it did not negotiate fairly with french news. publishers over payments for that content such giant now has 2 months to come up with a new proposal to pay for news articles or face additional fines of up 290-0000 euros per day. next time you take a look, hands of flights, chances are you won't hear the greeting of ladies and gentlemen. all mine are dominant heaven in german. the airline is looking to be more gender inclusive in its communications. and instead, the cabin crew will welcome passengers with
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a simple welcome aboard all good and talk. and the new disney superhero film, black widow, has set a pandemic era box office record. it took $80000000.00 at the north american box office and over $60000000.00 in streaming revenues. the movie stars scarlett johansson as a former russian supersport. and now in spain's sierra nevada mineral water is unimportant natural resource so much so that they've attracted several multi nationals eager to make a profit. but local, say, climate changes already robbing them of groundwater and the companies are just making matters worse. the new buckling facility at its main plant, and i would say it is the pride and joy of i could day. a ceo, the high tech conveyor can fill 45000 bottles. now with mineral water, that's a national record. i'm
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a day is invested over 20000000 euros in the plant in recent years. as it tries to muslim way to the front of the hartford mineral water market. thomas, he's in ellison in middle lane where the 9th biggest producer enough to use to keep developing the equity as brand and expand internationally as well. and the not only of an interlocking, not exactly what environmental activists didn't lose. you don't want at the foot of the sierra nevada, the company built a 2nd factory fucking anger amongst local residents. and then they say the water is needed locally and shouldn't be exported to china's income in the summer. they see that, you know, we have a water deficit of 1400000 cubic meters
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a year in this region. and they want to build a factory would uses up a 1000000 cubic meters a year. and how can they be allowed to exploit the groundwater here in this region where there isn't enough that we fit of the snow cap peaks of the sierra nevada, home to some of the best mineral water sources in spain, track and several multinational companies to known and generate 30000000 euros the sales with its land, her own brand ness land. coca cola are also taking advantage of things. profitable, mineral water business. the climate change threatens the regions water supplies i thought i already getting dryer climate change is just making that worse. gone now previously they come to the magic or all ready seeing less overall rainfall you . i mean i said we get sporadic downpours that a lot because the soil can't absorb them. mental i'll probably tell you i could day
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is, doesn't want to hear about the company even plans to expand a 2nd plant by the end of the year, 8 liter jugs slated to be rolling off the new facility there. no one knows what effect that might have on the environment. because sofa, the company hasn't had to provide any studies on the as you kelly comfort is a climate economist at the german institute for economic research and joins us now . thank you very much for taking the time for us. so i just want to put this this to kind of taking this topic to its logical conclusion. hundreds of millions of people falling into climate related poverty fires, floods, droughts, up rooting hole communities. is this a hysterical or realistic vision of how the social impact of climate change in the future? unfortunately, it's realistic. it's not hysterical because the scientific evidence is clear as
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also recent ip to see at the government pen. our climate change report, where a lot of scientists all over the globe confirm if we do not act quickly and bring the emissions down. climate change leads to these extreme weather events leads, so shouts to extreme storms to heat waves. that's with the already right now. for burning and all the rest of this unfortunately it's already happening now. right. and you mentioned emissions and a lot of companies are trying to communicate how responsible that being around emissions. but as we saw in the report, it's not just sites also resources. are they failing to recognize a role? no big companies of sustainability and resources when it comes to climate change. they are right now we have to face, i mean the companies or the economy and total, it's not really dealing and they're so sailing way is not handling it and really sustainable away and resources. a climate change is not tackling early enough and
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seriously enough, that's what needs to be changed. so all the production processes needs to become more in circles. it's become more sustainable in bringing the emissions down of course, but also in trying to protect the harm this environmental impacts. we see right now, and this is why it's so important that the companies and also the framework, the political framework works change. and so for those communities that are being affected by this, is it just too late because some places and if so, what is being done to help those communities to adapt to the very real and harmful consequences of climate change that they may already be experiencing? yeah, it's not too late, i would say it's never too late to act, so we have to do everything we can to do, avoid climate change and bring the emissions down as soon as possible. but to that, su correctly, i said it's important to help by financial aid. and this is what the international
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climate policy also the negotiations established of some kind of financial tools for those regions to help to adapt to climate change because they need help and they need also financial aid to do so. but on the other hand, we also have to do everything we can do to mitigate the mission. and that's still the big mission there. what do you think we can learn from the pandemic when it comes to mounting a united response to the environmental problem that we have to ask jointly, but this is what we can learn from to condemn it. but we have to do a lot that we have to face of cannot continue as it is right now. we cannot just move on as it's not happened anything before. this is why we, we could use this off of a tipping point of change and to react and, and really do more much more for kind of protection. all right, a very clear message from claudia can for climate economist. thank you very much
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for that. thank you. and finally knew corona virus rules for jims and fitness studios in the greater sol area are really killing vibe. that's because the rules limit how fast music can be to $120.00 bits per minute. it's an effort to limit breathing and sweating during yoga aerobics and spinning classes. that means b t. s is latest hit that dynamite is allowed, but size gangnam style is unfortunate. not new rules also limit treadmills to 6 kilometers per hour and a ban on the use of showers. and just trying to give you a reminder of our top stories. this our chinese export search by 32 percent in june. more than expected supply chain disruptions globally have given the upper hand to the world's 2nd largest economy, where the outbreak has launched the on the control impulse rose by 37 percent. what
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appears to be leveling folks wagner says to announce and overall of its strategy today, all signs are it's going to double down on mobility. digitalization and services. volkswagen boss of a piece will lead to the strategy. the w has extended his contract until 2025 years old for me and the business team here in berlin. and if you'd like more from us, check out our website dw dot com slash business until next time. take care ah the site against the corolla virus pandemic. how has the rate of infection in developing? what does the latest research say? information and contact the corona virus. 19 special next on dw. hello guys.
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this is a 77 percent. the platform is used to be issues and share ideas. you know, on this channel, we are not afraid to young people clearly have the solution, the future. 77 percent. now, everything on the w. the cause of 19 it's complex. see, can affect the nervous system leading to language disorders, strokes and seizures. scientists are still trying to understand why 75 percent of people hospitalized with a virus continue to suffer from secondary symptoms at least 6 months after they
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recover. many find it hard to function in their daily lives. researches hope understanding of its impact on the brain could take away for treatment. india is breathing a sigh of relief with the infections falling. but the havoc from the 2nd wave is fresh in people's minds. and many patients are still struggling with the milk on effects of covered double use. many or a child re met the park. a guy was from delhi after losing 25 kilo and still very weak. be both is now slowly trying to get back to a state of normalcy and the life he had before it was disrupted by a severe over 19 infection. only she was came to mind 60, that i will be able to win up on this battle or not. after struggling, initially, the book managed to get admitted to a hospital when his workplace intervened. off the 50 days he spent that 40 was
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spent in the intensive care unit. one thing would happen is, at the end of the dental day, my legs i, i found that my legs are looking. they are, they are not part of my body. i was not able to cope of the oxygen mask while they put and i was really feeling helpless. i said, there is no point in living because i can't cope of a discretion. i left a message to my cousin brother that i'm not going to stay away. i think the lot is going to be my last day. each day he could hear people screaming with pain and discomfort. and each day he saw some one dying. we both knew he was fighting this infection at the time when the entire city was struggling hard to cope with it. it was his 2 children he says, who gave him the card. she needed the 1st feeling that was bare with me. 247 was the feel fuel of losing him. you want to return back to normal. you just want to
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see was for the members of your family. together on the dining table, konica says the experience with their father and the site they saw at the hospital have made all of them stronger as a family was covered by him is more tougher than the covert thing. i'm really finding it very difficult to cope with me the recovery time because it's already one month. there's already one month. i'm not able to walk even the 10th of techno or take your people or doctor telling it will take 6 months. once more slow step at a time, he's trying to move towards full recovery. but with every task still a challenge, he knows it will take a long time. can you limits kodiak is a professor, a cognitive, new psychiatry enjoins as from copenhagen university hospital. patients like the one in our report and suffer from cognitive impairment half a year after recovering from cobit. how often does that actually occurred?
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because the general number we found was 75 percent, which sounds extremely high. this is a very good question. so studies so far show quite varying results. we've conducted a study university hospital in copenhagen, where we found that 65 percent of people who've been hospitalized with cobit continue to show cognitive difficulties, full month after the hospital discharge. this was quite a small study, but still it is consistent with other studies in the field. so generally studies show that over half of patients who've been hospitalized continued to show cognitive impairments after that recovery. and i guess you won't have that much data on this, but it's worth asking how much longer could that sort of thing go on for, for these patients. so we don't know yet because it's a very new illness and we've only started recently to study the long term effect of co beat on cognition. so that based on our study and also other studies in the
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field that show quite consistent findings, we think that at least up to 6 months, that's that, that these companies can last up to 6 months. but we can the conducted follow up studies of the same patients for one year after they got discharged. and i know that other research groups are doing the same, so hopefully we can give a better answer to that very soon. what sort of other patterns are evident? in patients in your studies so regarding the patterns of fair cognitive impairments we have found and this is also quite consistent with other studies in the field. we found that it's mainly verbal memories of the ability to remember words as well. 2 as concentration and planning abilities that seem to be affected. now it's was noting that the cognitive functions after coby to a highly variable, and actually there is
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a large proportion of people who don't have any comments and impairments after they've recovered from cobit so our findings only, you know, they only representative of people's been hospitalized. and even in these people, one 3rd up to one half or at least one 3rd, i have no difficulties but, but those who have cognitive difficulties, they do have memory problems, concentration difficulties planning difficulties. and this is if we look at the brain, this is mainly related to the frontal dope and campus where the hebrew canvas struction and the brain that is really, really important for memory formation. and it's also very sensitive to oxygen starvation. so those could be a logical reason why we, for, for these difficulties that we see in these aspect of, of cognition and what are the problems associated with, with these impairments. so again,
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this is something that we only just beginning to study. and in our study, we found that that the cognitive impairments were related to a greater degree of anxiety and depression, and also to problems with functioning at work and also poor quality of life. but we don't really know what the direction of these relations, what the direction is. so we could be on one hand that depression is causing the cognitive problems. we know that from, from, for example, patients who have depression, that they also have cognitive problems. so those symptoms can cause cognitive problems. on the other hand, we also know that if you have cognitive difficulties and difficulties with functioning in your daily life, then this can also cause stress and depression and anxiety. so we don't really know what the direction of this, of this relation is of this association, just that they seem to co exist and also influence each other. and what do we know about the prevalence of these types of complications of acute illness from cobit?
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so the prevalence of, of cognitive impairments at this 1st cross study. so we've conducted studies in the study in hospitalized people. so the more severe cases and these findings not really applicable to a broader category of people who've had cobit, we know from several studies that the severity of illness seems to be related to a greater risk of long term cognitive impairments. so that people with mild illnesses into not be at risk, so much poor for these kinds of complications. lastly, but definitely not least what, what sort of therapies or counter measures can be taken? this is the $1000000.00 question and we are all wanting to study this. so i'm not aware of any treatment has been shown to be effective yet based on research. but we
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are currently looking into this several research groups that are investigating this and also until then until we have an evidence based treatment for cognitive impairments in these patients. clinical psychologist applying techniques from other diseases. so for example, traumatic brain injury where people also have cognitive problems. so they use, for example, cognitive rehabilitation techniques and so on. so we will just have to wait and see whether these methods also effective for cognitive impairments, after coo it can be, let me go back copenhagen university hospital. thank you very much. thank you. and here's the question. i've been asking myself about immunizing as i had no reaction from either of my shots. over to derek williams. oh, not having any side effects after vaccination. mean you have
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a weak immune system. oh, this is a great question because it's about much more than the immune system. it's also about the psychology of immunization, which i've experienced in an up close and personal way. i had 0 side effects after either dose of my messenger r n a vaccine. my orange didn't even really hurt close family members, on the other hand, were, were pretty uncomfortable afterwards with, with chills and fever, and headaches, and fatigue. really the whole 9 yards. they moaned about the side effects, of course, but they were actually almost happy to feel as lousy as they did. because for them, it meant the vaccine was working and they were kind of concerned for me and maybe even felt slightly superior. because i didn't have any after bracing myself for the
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worst, i admit that i felt a little let down and maybe maybe even a little bit worried that somehow my immune system was getting something wrong. but all the experts say, i shouldn't worry. the truth is, we don't really know why some immune systems go into overdrive briefly after vaccination. and others just seem to kind of coast through it. the interactions between all of the different elements of the immune system are so convoluted that knowledge is compare it vividly to, to all of spaghetti, but as far as we can tell, experiencing powerful side effects after vaccination is mostly about how your own personal immune system works rather than about how effective the vaccine as, as a broad rule of thumb, women and younger people experience side effects more often than,
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than men and elderly people do. and, and more people have them after the 2nd shot than after the 1st. but if like me, you didn't feel a thing afterwards. don't sweat it. all the evidence we have indicates strongly that you're just as well protected as someone who had a miserable couple of days. mm. thank you, derek. now feeling better. thanks for watching. stay safe. as you again, ah, the news, the news, the news,
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