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Studio Berlin, broadcast Feb. 8, 2020: What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers?

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Show broadcast, February 8, 2020: What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers?

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    Studio Berlin, broadcast Feb. 8, 2020: What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers? monika.mueller.kroll

 

This week on Studio Berlin: What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers? Noah Barkin takes a closer look at the growing challenges for the German auto industry. There’s Brexit, renewed tariff threats from U.S. President Donald Trump, and Elon Musk’s announcement to build a Tesla factory just outside of Berlin.

Join host Noah Barkin, Stefan Nicola of Bloomberg News, Torsten Riecke of Handelsblatt and Jack Ewing of the New York Times as they discuss the future of German cars.

This show was produced by Monika Müller-Kroll with assistance from Sylvia Cunningham. 

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Written by: monika.mueller.kroll


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