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Latest update : 2016-03-31

Exchange alliance: LSE and Deutsche Boerse set to tie the knot

The London Stock Exchange and Germany's Deutsche Boerse have agreed to join forces. Together they would become one of the world's biggest exchange companies. But there are concerns in both Britain and Germany of sovereignty being lost.

Also in this programme:

  • Is Italy's labour market out of its rut? It's time to grade the Italian government's "Jobs Act", one year after its rollout.
  • Plus, bottoms up in Burma! We visit a pioneering vineyard that's tapping into the changing tastes of southeast Asia. 

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2017-12-14 Business

Ukraine's finance minister says anti-corruption court should satisfy IMF

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2017-11-30 economy

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2017-11-23 Japan

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2017-11-16 Brexit

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