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Latest update : 2014-01-24

Davos: Gender parity on the agenda

Just 15% of the participants at this year's World Economic Forum are women, a smaller proportion than last year. Isabelle Allen, head of Global Markets at KPMG, says that despite this, gender parity is on the agenda of discussions even more this year. She spoke to Stephen Carroll in Davos.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2015-07-07 eurozone

Will Greece's banks be able to re-open on Thursday?

Greece's banks are to stay shut for two extra days, but will they be able to re-open on Thursday? We look at the state of the country's financial industry, and also at why there...

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2015-07-06 eurozone

'Greece will get a worse deal now than before the referendum'

Greece's task in negotiating a new deal on its debt will be more difficult now than before the referendum, according to Megan Greene, chief economist at Manulife Asset...

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2015-07-03 Greece

Europe's Final Countdown: 48 hours before Greek referendum

The International Monetary Fund has published revised figures for the Greek economy and even called for European creditors to restructure Greece's massive debt burden. That's a...

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2015-07-02 France

Cold, hard cash being made from France's heatwave

Companies that make cooling systems and water sprays are among those who are cashing in on the heatwave in France. Temperatures in Paris reached almost 40 degrees on Wednesday....

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2015-07-01 eurozone

Video: After default, what next for Greece?

After Greece missed its payment to the IMF of €1.6 billion on Tuesday night, we focus on what lies ahead for Athens and its international lenders. We also look at how the elderly...

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