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World Business Report

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Der World Business Report der BBC beleuchtet aktuelle Business- und Finanz-Entwicklungen aus der ganzen Welt.
Der World Business Report der BBC beleuchtet aktuelle Business- und Finanz-Entwicklungen aus der ganzen Welt.

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  • China Growth Expected to Slow
    Debts accumulated by construction companies, like Evergrande, are undermining the economy and the days of China enjoying expansion of double digits are expected to be over. Plus we look ahead to the World Economic Forum, which wiull open with an address from Chinese President Xi Jinping. Also we have an extended analysis of Turkey's economy, which is under pressure because of surging inflation. This week the central bank will consider if it should increase interest rates, but that has repeatedly been prevented by the Turkish President, Tayyip Erdogan, who has even removed staff at the central bank, to stop rates rising.
    1/17/2022
    22:56
  • Update: US retail figures for December disappoint
    Retail figures released in the US for December were lower than analysts' expectations. We get analysis from Chris Low of FHN Financial. Plus, Forbes has released its YouTube rich list. The BBC's gaming reporter Steffan Powell talks us through this year's highest earners.
    1/15/2022
    11:51
  • EDF ordered to sell cheap nuclear power
    French energy firm EDF has been ordered by the government to sell cheap nuclear power. The company says the move could cost it $9.5bn, and at one point today its shares declined by 25% on the news. We get the background from Thierry Bros who is a professor at the Paris Institute of Political Studies, and used to advise the government on energy matters. Also in the programme, the BBC's Mike Johnson reports on the state of Brazil's economy, ahead of presidential elections due in October. Search giant Google is investing more than $950m in buying and refurbishing its London headquarters, we hear about the company's plans for getting workers back to the office at least some of the time, from Ronan Harris, who heads up Google in the UK. Plus, there's to be a revolution in the American condiment industry. After 70 years, the United States has decided to stop regulating the ingredients of French dressing, and we find out more from the BBC's Victoria Craig. Today's edition is presented by Rob Young, and produced by Joshua Thorpe, Philippa Goodrich and Gabriele Shaw.
    1/14/2022
    26:28
  • Update: India and UK hold free trade talks
    Representatives of the Indian and British governments have held a first day of talks over a free trade deal, potentially worth billions of dollars. The UK’s Secretary of State for International Trade, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, told us that the proposed agreement will bring growth opportunities to British businesses. Plus, a dispute over lithium mining concessions granted by Chile’s outgoing president Sebastian Pinera has sparked fierce debate in recent days. Chilean economist Francisco Meneses tells us about the importance of lithium to the country’s economy, and how incoming head of state Gabriel Boric is walking a tightrope when it comes to building a political coalition. And we’re joined by Cary Leahey of the New York-based Decision Economics for a look at what’s been happening in the US markets on Thursday.
    1/13/2022
    12:51
  • Covid closures at Chinese VW plants
    Volkswagen China has closed two plants in Tianjin as a result of Covid outbreaks. James Mayger is with Bloomberg News in Beijing, and assesses the impact of China's zero Covid approach on global supply chains. Also in the programme, Twitter is freely available in Nigeria for the first time in seven months. The BBC's Chris Ewokor in Abuja tells us why the social media site had been blocked in the first place, and online food vendor Chef Marvy tells us how Twitter's suspension affected her business. Talks have begun on a multi-billion dollar trade deal between India and the United Kingdom. We explore the likelihood of success with Sujit Nair, who is chairman of the Europe India Centre for Business and Industry. Plus, following a shortage of French fries for Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants in Kenya, the BBC's Tamasin Ford explores why multinational fast food chains don't simply turn to local suppliers to meet their needs.
    1/13/2022
    26:27

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