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Trump puts fresh tariffs on Argentina and Brazil
Steel and aluminium exports from the two countries will be subject to the tariffs.
The business of pets
We examine the pet industry that runs from pamper parlours to cutting edge vet theatres
India's onion crisis
An onion crop failure led to soaring prices in India where it can cause political turmoil
Peloton bike ad mocked as 'sexist' and 'dystopian'
An advert from exercise bike company Peloton has been widely mocked as being "sexist"
Battle to do business in Iran
After deadly fuel protests in Iran, businesses tell us what they want from the government
Poland's punchy economic performance
Poland has the strongest performing economy in the European Union, and we find out why
Arrest after Delhi factory fire
At least fourty three people are dead in a fire at an Indian school bag factory
UK election 2019: How do voters feel?
Our reporter criss-crosses the country to assess the mood of a nation
We explore the policies on offer and feelings of voters
The rise of digital doctors
With online medical appointments growing, are they as good or secure as the real thing?
Why streaming doesn't always pay
Services like Spotify have revolutionised music, but how does it work for the artists?
The audio streaming economy
Switching off from work email
In an increasingly connected world, some are pushing back against being always on call
Conservatives win resounding UK election victory
We consider the economic and business implications of the Conservatives' UK election win
China and the US agree to end trade war
The two countries agree to end the dispute, which has lasted 18 months.
Perfume: The sweet smell of business success
The perfume industry is having to innovate to meet changing tastes
Boeing stops 737 Max production
The US aircraft builder has been forced to halt assembly of its troubled 737 Max.
The challenge of packaging
We look at approaches to reducing the amount of waste in consumer driven societies
Backlash against Christmas markets
Arts and heritage groups in some British cities claim Christmas markets have become tacky
Putin's Russia after 20 years
After 20 years of Vladimir Putin, we examine the Russian economy and consider his legacy
20 years of Chinese rule in Macau
20 years after Macau was handed back to China we take stock of the region's economy
China cries foul over sports players comments
The issues in Hong Kong and China are having spill-over effects for companies too.
The internet's carbon footprint
Amid concern about energy consumed to power the internet, we consider the growing impact
Boeing chief fired but 737 concerns persist
US plane maker Boeing has replaced its CEO in the wake of two deadly crashes.
The battle for our eyeballs at Christmas
As firms battle for our attention at Christmas, what makes a perfect seasonal film?
Review of the Year - 2019
Boeing’s 737 Max remains grounded; Brexit on track; have we reached peak Netflix?
Boeing’s 737 max remains grounded; Brexit on track; have we reached peak Netflix?
The changing face of paternity leave
Although more firms offer paternity leave for dads, we find out why many don't take it up
The business of board games
We look at the global board games industry, estimated to be worth $12bn by 2023
Expanding airlines in Africa
The development of aviation in Africa faces barriers like high taxes and mismanagement.
Scotland: Housing and Regeneration
The first of two special editions from Scotland looking at housing and regeneration
How lucrative is Hogmanay for Scotland?
Hogmanay celebrations in Scotland are famed for welcoming the new year with aplomb
Rights of Nature
If nature had the same legal status as humans, would it be better protected?
Morocco's phosphates industry
Phosphates account for 20% of Morocco's exports, but not without controversy
The potential of wind power
Offshore wind energy could be a trillion dollar industry in 20 years, so will it happen?
Iran-US tensions ripples across world
Iran vows revenge for a US strike on its top military general
Tensions escalate between the US and Iran
Tensions escalate between the US and Iran, with investors flocking to gold.
Could business help make society more equal?
We ask whether the business community should be doing more to make society more equal
Can planting trees tackle climate change?
We examine the extent to which planting trees could help to mitigate climate change
Cocoa collaboration could raise chocolate prices
Ghana and the Ivory Coast are to charge a higher price for cocoa to tackle farmer poverty
The potential for tech entrepreneurship in Africa
The tech sector in Africa is seen by many as having great potential, and we find out why
China and US to agree trade deal 'phase one'
The two countries will restart twice-a-year talks to resolve economic disputes.
Could free public transport catch on?
We assess whether free public transport, available in a few locations, could catch on
Scotch whisky makers urge US to drop tariffs
Whisky distillers from Scotland are in the United States lobbying for an end to tariffs.
A truce in the US-China trade war?
With a deal due to be signed between the US and China, we ask if the trade war is ending
Is a meat diet sustainable?
We take an in-depth look at the meat and dairy industry and ask whether it is sustainable
US and China sign deal to ease trade war
Trade war rattled markets and weighed on the global economy.
Record-breaking strike continues to disrupt France
We take an in-depth look at the causes and implications of France's pension reform strike
Is gaming good for your health?
We take an in-depth look at the world's biggest entertainment industry, gaming
Major powers commit to "peaceful resolution" in Libya
UN chief Guterres has said that major powers are "fully committed" to peace in Libya
The growth of vegan products
One in four new foods in the UK were vegan last year, so we look at the growing industry
Africa's female entrepreneurs
We consider the hurdles Africa's female entrepreneurs face, and hear of some solutions
Can single-use plastic be eliminated?
We ask whether global food companies can successfully eliminate single-use plastic