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Lessons from Latvia
After three years of savage austerity measures the Latvian Prime Minister gives his view on the state of his country's economy
Burns Night: Is a haggis still a haggis without sheep lung?
Scots celebrate the anniversary of the birth of the poet Robert Burns on 25 January with a Burns supper. But the traditional haggis eaten in the US will be incomplete, because the government there has banned a key ingredient: sheep lung.
3 mins
Dr Doom's investment advice
Investment adviser Marc Faber, nicknamed Dr Doom, is bearish about the prospects for the global economy
Investor Jim Rogers says oil could hit $200 a barrel
Legendary investor Jim Rogers tells the BBC how China's growing economy will impact all of us in what we pay for commodities and fuel.
Inside the IMF
Is the IMF up to the job of fixing the global economy? Stephanie Flanders reports.
'Inflation is a blip' says Roger Bootle
With rising fuel and food prices central banks around the world are faced with a dilemma whether or not to raise interest rates. Leading economist Roger Bootle believes that inflation is a blip and that central banks should not act.
Bank bonuses: 'Gangmaster culture' in UK
The chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland explains why banks feel forced to pay elite prices for mediocre employees.
3 mins
Wikipedia at 10
On the eve of its 10th birthday, the BBC goes inside Wikipedia to find out what makes it one of the world’s most popular websites.
23 mins
World Business News
Analysis of the latest big issues in the business world.
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