As the dust settles on Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election, investors and others are trying to calculate what it means for the global economy. The President-elect won with promises to protect American jobs with increased trade barriers and curbs on immigration. Those are worrying policies for many US companies that rely on selling goods abroad. But the consequences extend much further than the borders of the United States.
Also in this programme:
- We take a look at India's cash crisis as the government orders the replacement of 54 percent of banknotes.
- Plus - we bring you a report from Tunisia, where the wine industry is trying to attract more interest from visitors in the hope of boosting exports.
Fellow in Economics at Oxford University and Adjunct Professor of Economics at the London Business School