Life on the Rhine

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If you take the DW bus line, or follow the DW road signs, it comes upon you like a whisper in darkness.  One moment you’re drowning the sound of noisy Mercedes, Audis, and VWs on Bonn’s busy Reutersstrasse, and the next moment you’re breezing under a canopy of helpful trees.  You can see the corner of a former government building.  But when Bonn lost its placing as Germany’s capitol, Deutsche Welle was drafted to fulfill the immense structure’s potential.

This is not London, but to tease the rest of this post I’ll borrow from Ed Murrow.  “This is Bonn, and there is ‘life’ going on.”

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TG on Deutsche Welle

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The good folks at Deutsche Welle’s “Money Talks” ran my story about Southern Arizona foreign investment today.  To read the script, see pictures, and hear the story just click here.

Deutsche Welle is Germany’s national broadcaster, sending news from and about Deutschland to the far corners of the globe.  DW in Bonn, Germany will also be my home while I’m abroad for the Arthur Burns Fellowship.

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TG’s Foreign Investment Story on DW’s Web site

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