Argentina elects a new president
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Amid a deep economic crisis that has left a third of the population in poverty, voters in Argentina have elected Alberto Fernandez, president. We hear from the BBC's Daniel Gallas.
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Companies across the EU are bringing in the new payment services directive that says online purchases have to be done via a two step security procedure, but the extra steps are deterring people from doing purchases online. We hear from Eido Gal, Co-Founder and CEO of Riskified an online payments services company.
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