Argentina Pleads its Case Against 'Vulture Funds'

The Argentine government takes out a full page advertisement in newspapers, as the country continues to explain why it should not have to pay back hedge fund investors. We hear the latest from Indonesia's recent round of presidential debates, and which candidate is more business-friendly. Following developments in Iraq, we look at the effect on global oil prices. Also, In Jamaica there is controversy over a new Chinese port development - supporters say it will boost the island's economy, but critics say it threatens with environmental disaster. Finally, the BBC's Justin Rowlatt finds out why bicycles are a new status symbol.

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