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Is Britain at risk of becoming the 'bankruptcy brothel' of Europe?
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How has the global downturn affected Africa?
Is risk-taking always going to be at the heart of what banks do?
How can America make its exit from economic stimulus without derailing the recovery?
The former chief of Greek statistics defends himself against claims of fiddled figures.
The cost of disgrace. What is the Tiger Woods brand worth? And are trade unions dead?
Is the Eurozone's real problem that politics came before economics?
How France and China are trying to create a new wave of small businesses.
Why do so many soccer clubs flirt with bankruptcy?
The not-for-profit US companies which supply human bodies to academics and scientists.
The struggle to make a few dollars a day in Haiti. Is there enough work for the homeless?
In Australia the shortage of water is a big burden on people and businesses.
The finance minister of debt-laden Portugal says he would refuse a bail-out from Europe.
Can Sri Lanka attract new outside investment after the arrest of its opposition leader?
Ex-BP head Lord Browne talks about one of the biggest business scandals in recent history.
Why trade wars could be looming between China and the United States.
How business and people have recovered one year on from Australia's bush fires.
OPEC's Secretary-General admits his members have produced more oil than had been agreed.
Architect of the Euro, Otmar Issing warns against any bailout for Greece.
Sweden's Finance Minister explains the tax on banks which will pay for future bailouts.
Why is India's economy is being beaten by China's? We ask India's commerce minister.