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City power: The growing clout of big urban areas

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Was Chilean poet Pablo Neruda murdered?

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Japan's stocks on record winning streak after Abe's election victory

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The pine cone line: A train ride through rural Provence

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David McAllister: 'EU involvement in Catalonia could set a precedent'

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Glyphosate: Should the EU re-authorise the weedkiller chemical?

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

The business show that goes beyond the numbers and the corporate jargon! Stephen Carroll breaks down major business stories and looks at how they affect our lives. Thursday at 4.45 pm.

Latest update : 2017-09-08

Tired of tourists: Protests highlight challenges of a changing industry

Visitors heading to some of Europe's most popular travel destinations were in for a shock this summer, as locals took to the streets in protest. Kate Moody talks to Gloria Guevara, a former Mexican tourism minister, about how countries can balance their need for tourist spending while protecting local residents.

Also in this show:

  • As Washington scraps a controversial immigration programme, what role have foreign-born workers played in the US economy?
  • And Singapore reaches the next level in its digital revolution. Our correspondent has been finding out about Asia's new hot spot for the gaming industry.

By Kate MOODY , Bryan QUINN , Farah BOUCHERAK , Clovis CASALI , Charles DUPOIZAT , Catherine CLIFFORD

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2017-10-19 world economy

Must it come down? Market analysts bracing for correction

Thirty years on from Black Monday, are global stock markets heading for another crash? Chris Beauchamp, chief market analyst at IG, tells FRANCE 24's Kate Moody that the...

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2017-10-12 Shinzo Abe

Assessing Abenomics: Japanese voters to focus on the economy

Has Abenomics been a hit or a miss? Japanese voters will have their say on the prime minister's economic vision when they head to the polls on October 22. Seijiro Takeshita, Dean...

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2017-10-05 Bitcoin

What's the future of money?

In this special edition of People & Profit, we're looking into the future of a cashless world. We head to China, where mobile phones are fast becoming the most common way to pay...

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2017-09-28 wine

Shy about retiring: Swiss voters reject plans to boost pension funds

Can we afford to grow old? As Swiss voters reject plans to boost pension funding, we're looking at the dilemma facing governments and workers over the cost of retirement, with...

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2017-09-21 economy

Brexit and the city: Paris, Frankfurt, Dublin vying for new business

The March 2019 deadline for wrapping up Brexit negotiations is creeping closer and a lack of clarity about the future is leading to instability in Britain's business world....

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