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Four years ago, Helge Schultze founded the Egg Box company near the city of Schwerin. A co-worker had the idea of making egg cartons out of corrugated cardboard.
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It's not an easy time to be a taxi company in Germany. There's increasing competition from car sharing apps and driving services. And beginning on the first of January, taxi companies will have to pay their drivers a new minimum wage: 8 euros fifty an hour. And most say they'll hike their prices in response. More Business Brief: http://www.dw.de/program/business-brief/s-30478-9798
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Latvian farmers are suffering as a result of Russian counter-sanctions, after Moscow blacklisted a number of food products from its neighbours. Farmers also fear that the Baltic country could be flooded with cheaper Polish agricultural products, as it too looks for new buyers. More information: http://www.dw.de/business
People in Germany are living longer, and having fewer children. The result: Germany's population is aging. That demographic shift is having a big affect on business. Projections indicate that by the year 2040, young people will make up just under 16 percent of the population while nearly half of all Germans will be over 65. For more information go to: http://www.dw.de/program/business-brief/s-30478-9798
Last summer, the wrecked Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia was refloated and towed to the Italian port of Genoa. Genoa is where the Costa Concordia was built and launched nine years ago. Now it is the place where the passenger ship will be scrapped for an estimated 100 million euros. It is the largest scrapping operation so far in Europe. More Business Brief: http://www.dw.de/program/business-brief/s-30478-9798