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Vietnam leaves a past of war and communism behind and the economy flourishes.
Will Zimbabwe's elections change the country's fortunes?
Wallace Kantai of NTV, Kenya and Governor Rotimi Amaechi on Africa's middle class
Who is the African middle class, do they even exist?
The EU and US are seeking to create the world's largest free trade area. Can they do it?
Is it curtains for traditional university courses? Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales thinks it is
Does a ban on street drugs affect supply and demand effectively?
One of the world's pharmaceutical giants is accused of bribery in China
What will Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's party election win mean for the Japanese economy?
Will hosting the 2014 soccer World Cup boost Brazil's flagging economy?
With a meagre 1% rise in output last year, is Brazil's boom time over?
Brazilians have never been better off materially but few have the opportunities they want
Why has Macau become the gaming capital of the world?
Unpaid drug and health insurance bills brings Greece's healthcare system into crisis
What do you do with your business when you discover you have a terminal illness?
Why has the tiny territory of Macau become the world's new gambling capital?
Why the turmoil and disorder in Egypt is forcing many to consider leaving the country
What are the pros and cons of computerised stock market trading?
Why lifting people into the ranks of the middle class remains China's biggest challenge
Will extra cash help Europe's young unemployed?
We speak to tech boss Vineet Nayar who asked his staff for feedback on his performance.
It seems Big Brother really is watching you but how much does he know?
As China's demand for raw materials slows down is the boom in commodity prices over?
Will the new Canadian governor of the Bank of England live up to his reputation?