Marketplace for Wednesday, Jan, 2, 2008
Cities and states price out how much money they can make on new property developments. But what if that land was left alone? There may be a cash incentive to leaving nature untouched. Janet Babin reports.
With the assassination of Benazir Bhutto and subsequent violence in Pakistan, the Karachi stock exchange has taken a dive and businesses are suffering. Kai Ryssdal speaks with Pakistani-American businessman Dilawar Syed about the situation.
Kenya had been one of the most stable countries in East Africa, but riots and killings after disputed elections may threaten tourism, as well as aid and supply shipments to the region. Jeff Tyler reports.