Libyan PM kidnap underlines anarchy

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The kidnap of Libya's Prime Minister stunts the country's already flailing reputation amongst foreign investors. Also, share markets rise on good news from the US over the budget battle - but China, America's largest foreign lender, is the biggest loser should the US choose to default on its debt. Also, Myanmar's unreliable electricity supply has lost its spark as businesses learn to cope with power cuts. Finally, we look at the 'self-driving' car from Ford.

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