Is the boom in commodity prices over? Or can the likes of China keep it going?
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What happens when money meets power? Justin Rowlatt explores American political lobbying.
Why computer code should a key part of every country's school curriculum.
Can consumers lift the world economy out of the doldrums?
Can genetically engineered mosquitoes stop the spread of dengue fever?
Unemployment in the US state of New Jersey, and efforts to create new jobs in France
Business opportunities opened up by the Paralympic games. A sponsor explains the appeal
The relentless rise of megacities. What are the challenges for them?
Are Africans really getting the benefits of surging foreign investment?
US manufacturing industry is not the employer it once was, but productivity is high.
Is there a fundamental cultural problem at the banks? Plus, the economic impact of Ramadan
How attractive is the investment climate in Kenya?
Is the US housing market finally stabilising?
Could Finland be the first country to head for an exit from the euro?
What will be the benefits of London 2012 for poor communities around the Olympic Park?
With the main Olympic events concluding this weekend, who's in profit and who isn't?
Are makers of biofuels undermining that most crucial resource - the global food supply?
Could glitches in automated share-trading threaten financial stability?
UK bank Standard Chartered denies US claims that it was a 'rogue institution'.
Did strong euro-nations like Germany cause the crisis by over-lending to the weak ones?
There's a new parliament about to sit in Libya - but what hope for economic recovery?
Amid rising unemployment, the jobless challenge from the applicant's perspective.
Could Italy sink the eurozone? Plus the inventor who tested his own sanitary pads.