Why the US is pushing a voluntary international agreement on global warming
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Norway - how has it evaded the resources curse that afflicts most oil-rich nations?
How much do traffic jams cost an economy?
As film audiences become increasingly global, how is Hollywood adapting?
How financial firms deal with lawsuits, and should central banks just give us all cash?
A health-check for Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain, the so-called PIIGS
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Public debt levels are almost twice what they were at the start of the financial crisis
The iconic waterway's importance for global trade and the Panamanian economy
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Could Ukraine disrupt Russian gas exports to Europe? What would happen then?
Europe's oldest indigenous culture - the Sami, in Sweden - challenge a new mine project
We hear from Russia and ask is this the start of a wider trade war with the west?
Water shortages are becoming a problem everywhere, and companies are taking note.
Does being rich make you unpleasant and what should billionaires do about the wealth gap?
Ebola's economic impact and what the medical community needs to do to respond.
What can the US do to boost trade with the world's fastest growing continental economy?
What can millions of car recalls worldwide tell us about the state of the car industry?