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Amid slowing growth, can the BRICS economies still reshape the world order?
Hispanics are thriving in San Antonio, but representation in big business has lagged.
Will this great international capital be harmed by the UK's decision to leave the EU?
Is Nigeria facing a banking crisis? One analyst says so. Another is more optimistic.
Who will suffer most from a tough British exit from the EU?
The view from the Rust Belt and a former Mexican President about NAFTA and Donald Trump
Some say Africa's been left behind by globalisation. Is ever-freer global trade fairer?
It's the world's fastest growing major economy. But has globalisation helped the poorest?
Joe Miller reports from the colonias - unregulated settlements - on the US-Mexico border.
Deutsche faces a potential $14bn fine. Could it trigger a wider banking industry crisis?
Hyperloops, medical diagnostics, modular satellites - it's all happening in Utah.
Unpicking the big new buzzword at the annual futurist technology conference in Utah.
In the final programme in the series we look at the rarest members of the periodic table.
Trade and migration at the Texas-Mexico border.
How difficult is it to wean the Saudi Arabian economy off its oil wealth?
How can an influx of migrants be integrated most quickly into the host country's economy?
Businesses designed to make an impact as well as a profit.
Why do we value this useless metal? And does it bring out the worst in human nature?
Stories from a US naturalisation ceremony in southern Texas.
Pricing the Republican candidate's plan: will it spur growth, or cause an economic crash?
Preying on endangered species as food for the table.
The business of food: how we eat, what we eat, and who's running the show.
This metal offers thousands of years of nuclear energy, but is it any safer than uranium?
Why is the UK getting a new five pound note in an increasingly cashless economy?
Are work placements great opportunities or just an excuse to exploit young workers?
Discarded western clothes sell well in Africa. But do they help the economies there?
How realistic is 'Equity', a film which features women in powerful financial roles?
Six rare metals that clean the air but are the focus of violent conflict in South Africa.
Canada's Liberal Prime Minister is preaching an anti-austerity message.
What Hong Kong's election result means for its economic and business ties with China