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After the Crash - what's wrong with Britain? (pt 1/2)
After the Crash - what's wrong with Britain? (pt 1/2)

Duration: 13:52

A report looking beyond Britain's financial crisis to the structural problems affecting Britain's economy in 2010.

 
After the Crash - what's wrong with Britain? (pt 2/2)
After the Crash - what's wrong with Britain? (pt 2/2)

Duration: 15:35

How can new ways of doing business help Britain recover from recession?

 
Cigarettes and the economy
Cigarettes and the economy

Duration: 05:50

A look at how cigarettes are taxed and regulated to reduce cigarette smoking world-wide, and the impact smoking has on the economy.

 
Following the money in a global recession
Following the money in a global recession

Duration: 04:01

Follow the complex trail of money that led to a credit crunch and global recession in 2008-2009.

 
Global view of unemployment
Global view of unemployment

Duration: 03:16

BBC correspondents report on the worldwide recession and unemployment situation in 2009.

 
Make-up and China's global economic position
Make-up and China's global economic position

Duration: 05:18

A look at China's growing position as a global economic super power. How an expanding global demand for make-up has increased the demand for the raw ingredients used.

 
My jeans and globalisation
My jeans and globalisation

Duration: 06:06

An investigation into the links between mass produced jeans, the global economy, the impact on the environment and conditions for workers in India.

 
Recycling my mobile
Recycling my mobile

Duration: 05:51

Examines the use of precious metals in mobile phones and conflict in African mining communities. How mobile phones can be used to support the economy in Kenya.

 
The banks and my cash
The banks and my cash

Duration: 05:46

How do banks operate and what is the Bank of England's role in controlling the flow of money.

 
What are credit default swaps?
What are credit default swaps?

Duration: 02:42

Understanding the financial transactions at the heart of the credit crunch.

 
What was it like to be a trader on Black Monday? (audio)
What was it like to be a trader on Black Monday? (audio)

Duration: 09:00

The date 19 October 1987 became known as Black Monday, after prices on Wall Street fell at a rate that has never been matched since.

 

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