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'Turkey is a very weak state which looks very strong'

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The Moroccan teacher improving his pupils' lives; and Turkey's violent crackdown on students

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French delegation in China to develop trade ties

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Melania's jacket: What did it mean?

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South Sudan peace deal attempt fails as Kiir rejects Machar

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Zero Tolerance: Does Border Security Trump Compassion?

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THE BUSINESS INTERVIEW

A weekly interview with a personality from the world of business or economics. Every Thursday at 4.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-06-12

Ludovic Subran, Chief Economist, Euler Hermes

There's no shortage of bad news coming out of the eurozone. Just ahead of the weekend, credit rater Fitch slashed Spain's credit rating by three notches. Fitch says there's a growing risk the country will take a hard hit as the eurozone crisis worsens. For more on this, Markus Karlsson talks to Ludovic Subran, Chief Economist at Euler Hermes.

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1970-01-01 Markus KARLSSON

Will the UK stay in the EU?

The British election wasn't the nail-biter many had expected. The Conservative party won a majority in the House of Commons, which means they will be able to govern on their own....

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1970-01-01 Markus KARLSSON

Eurozone: Is low growth the new norm?

The European recovery is picking up pace. New figures from the European Commission this week suggest that growth in the eurozone will be stronger than first thought, on the back...

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1970-01-01 Markus KARLSSON

Demand for diamonds 'softening': De Beers CEO Mellier

For the past few months, the diamond market has been less than sparkling, forcing mining giant Anglo American, which owns De Beers, to scale down its production targets. However,...

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1970-01-01 Markus KARLSSON

Akinwumi Adesina: 'Real challenge' for African economies is obtaining 'inclusive growth'

Akinwumi Adesina is the outgoing agriculture minister of Nigeria, Africa's largest economy. He is also a candidate to become the next president of the African Development Bank....

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1970-01-01 Markus KARLSSON

'Liberalism is a French tradition', says France's most liberal man

Liberalism is a somewhat dirty word in France. It's often associated with capitalism and the "laissez-faire" of market deregulation that led to the financial crisis. Gaspard...

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