How Brazil has transformed itself from an also-ran, into a dynamic modern economy.
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Can China save the world's economy?
What are the challenges of bringing together rich India and poor India?
As three European leaders depart, we ask will those replacing them be any better?
Are the toughest ever US bank stress tests a cure for anxiety, and a model for Europe?
Ten years after Enron's collapse in a wave of fraud, ex-employees reflect on its legacy.
Are Greeks less hard-working than people from other nations?
How to stop America's national debt from growing out of control.
Is innovation the way to get juicy new growth into weak economies?
Is austerity worth the pain? Reports from across Europe on how cuts affect the public.
Are French companies the winners in the quest to invest in Iraq's oil industry?
Is Japan's business culture flawed by a lack of oversight and criticism?
German exporters say Italy should not expect unlimited bailouts from Germany.
Is a kind of financial gangrene spreading through the eurozone?
What lessons are there for Greece from Argentina's default ten years ago?
How to get a job when unemployment is rising. Where will the new jobs come from?
Why investors are flocking to put their money in developing countries such as Ethiopia.
Is the eurozone on the verge of breaking up? And why the world is awash with oil
It's not just Europe with a debt crisis, America has one too, so how can it be solved?
Is Canada's exploitation of tar sands tarnishing its reputation as a model world citizen?
With the eurozone in turmoil again, how is the crisis affecting the rest of the world?
The Greek referendum on austerity. Plus how world sanitation is getting worse not better.