Marketplace for Tuesday, July 8, 2008
French art collectors don't have much of an appetite for contemporary works, so the government is giving buyers incentives to spend their money in the modern art market. John Laurenson reports.
As the U.S. cuts its plans for clean coal plants, the G8 nations are giving the technology a vote of confidence. But can clean coal deliver results in time to curb global warming? Sam Eaton reports.
Despite tough talk, U.S. exports to Iran grew tenfold under the Bush Administration. The majority of these exports were cigarettes, but other goods have made their way to Tehran. Jeremy Hobson reports.