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Making power from waste
We ask whether waste-to-power technologies could help prevent climate change
Ireland heads to the polls
With voters heading to the polls on Saturday we take the temperature of the Irish economy
The rise of K-pop
We find out why K-pop or Korean pop music has become an industry in its own right
Coronavirus continues to spread
Over 34,800 people have been infected with the new coronavirus worldwide
Democratic race heads to New Hampshire
We look at competing visions for the Democratic Party ahead of New Hampshire's primary
Big American shopping mall merger
The biggest US shopping mall ownerr Simon Property will buy rival Taubman for $3.6bn
Coronavirus impacts conferences
We find out how the coronavirus outbreak is impacting the lucrative conference sector
Argentina renegotiates its IMF debt
We look at the history of Argentina's relationship with the International Monetary Fund
The quest to tax the tech titans
There's an intense economic debate over whether and how to make tech giants pay more tax
Tackling air pollution
Air pollution can be a silent killer, and we look in-depth at how it can be tackled
Tesla's German car plant is stopped
A court grants a temporary injunction against the carmaker's 'Gigafactory' near Berlin.
Is there a future in traditional banking?
Banks in Europe are struggling to catch up with more profitable competitors in Asia.
Japan economy shrinks at fastest rate in five years
Fears of a recession grow after GDP fell by 1.6% in the final quarter of 2019
EU adds four jurisdictions to tax haven blacklist
Panama, the Seychelles, the Cayman Islands and Palau are the latest additions.
The search for a COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine
How close are we to developing a vaccine?
Kangaroo Island's first steps to recovery
What has been the economic impact of the wildfires disaster?
First broadcast 20/02/2020 22:32 GMT
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Trump to talk trade on first presidential India visit
American wants India to open up its markets to many of its products
First broadcast 21/02/2020 22:32 GMT
Coronavirus: Venice carnival closes
Italy imposes lockdown
Coronavirus spike puts part of Italy in lockdown
A spike in cases of the new coronavirus in Italy fuelled concerns of a possible pandemic
Coronavirus fears hit financial markets
Global stock markets fell sharply because of concerns about the virus' economic impact.