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A vote on constitutional reform may have big implications for Italy's economy and the EU.
It's 50 years since India revolutionised its farm production. Can Africa do the same?
Tobacco giant Philip Morris launches smoke-free products: a health breakthrough?
Marie Keyworth tells the story of Danish radio personality Tine Bryld.
One of the world's most respected financial markets thinkers says we've hit a junction.
Fri 25 Nov 2016
Strategic napping, the right lighting or popping a pill? How to stay sharp at the office.
Thu 24 Nov 2016
Billions are spent redeveloping the world's city waterfronts. But who really benefits?
Wed 23 Nov 2016
Global trade isn't dead after all. US firms assist China's multi-billion dollar project.
Tue 22 Nov 2016
Several US states voted to legalise cannabis for recreational use. Will others follow?
Mon 21 Nov 2016
Why have emerging markets fallen in the wake of Donald Trump's presidential win?
Fri 18 Nov 2016
Prime Minister Modi's experiment to ban 500 and 1000 rupee notes: bold or foolhardy?
Thu 17 Nov 2016
The 1MDB scandal rocks Malaysia's streets while climate change washes away its tea crops
Wed 16 Nov 2016
How shocks, from Brexit to Trump's election to terror attacks, disrupt global travel.
Tue 15 Nov 2016
The US is one of three countries in the world that doesn't guarantee paid maternity leave
Mon 14 Nov 2016
Who's likely to hold key economic and financial appointments in Trump's administration?
Fri 11 Nov 2016
Why Robots, not Chinese or Mexicans, may be mostly to blame for US factory job losses
Thu 10 Nov 2016
The President-Elect's Economic Agenda: Will it work or start a trade war?
Wed 9 Nov 2016
Can the president-elect right the US economy, having rattled markets with his election?
Tue 8 Nov 2016
A special edition from Beijing on how sky-high property prices are affecting locals.
Mon 7 Nov 2016
The PM says trade opportunities will be "limitless". But will other countries play ball?
Fri 5 Aug 2016
Why we should all be working well into our twilight years
Tue 2 Aug 2016
Two years after Russia banned some western food imports, what impact has it had?
Fri 6 May 2016
What happens when you abandon consumerism?
Fri 5 Feb 2016
"It looks like a lunar landscape", one farmer says of Australia's drought effects.
Wed 3 Feb 2016
Should governments intervene in what we eat – and does it work when they do?
Fri 4 Sep 2015
Is migration good for an economy? And India's Maggi food scare continues to hurt Nestle.
Thu 3 Sep 2015
What China really spends on guns, India's Muslim job-seekers, and Azerbaijan's oil curse.
Wed 2 Sep 2015
Why do women make up such a comparatively small proportion of India's formal work force?
Tue 1 Sep 2015
More dismal factory data, plus claims and counter-claims over Chinese IP theft.
Wed 19 Aug 2015
These powerful chemicals are essential for industry, but are dangerous to handle.
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