Greece and Africa

The former head of the Greek statistical service, Dr Emanuel Kontopirakis, defends himself against accusations that the figures were fiddled for years.

The Managing Director of the World Bank, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, tells of the damaging impact on Africa of the global downturn. But Nigerian investment banker, Kato Mukuru, has a more positive view.

What's the best way for global companies to deal with China and its unique and baffling business culture? Professor Nandani Lynton, from the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai shares her view.

Plus, our regular commentator James Srodes looks at the impact on consumers when companies like Toyota grow too big and too fast.

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Sun 28 Feb 2010 19:32 GMT