Is the world losing patience with Argentina's economic nationalism? The Argentinian government has recently tightened controls on imports and foreign-exchange and has been accused of protectionism by various countries. The BBC's Paul Moss reports from Buenos Aires.
Plus, Don Pickering, president and chief executive of OneOcean Corp explains how new technology can provide commercial data on measuring the ocean floor.
And Rajini Vaidyanathan reports on the life of laundrymen in Mumbai who still wash clothes by hand.
(Image: Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner holds a sample of the first petroleum extraction in Argentina as she announces that oil company YPF, controlled by Spain's Repsol, is subject to expropriation and that a bill being introduced would give the state a 51 percent share, during a speech on April 16, 2012. Credit: AFP / Getty Images)