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Some Eastern European countries want Western Europe to create a multibillion-dollar fund to help their struggling economies. Kai Ryssdal speaks with London Bureau Chief Stephen Beard about how the idea is causing a divide between East and West.
A big portion of President Obama's stimulus package is directed at increasing health coverage for more Americans. But commentator Edward Miguel says the new focus on fixing health care will put stress on Obama's bipartisan pledge.
In Tanzania, 80% of the population works in agriculture. But high global food prices aren't exactly helping Tanzanians. Many are still poor because much of their home-grown food goes to waste. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Marketplace for Monday, March 2, 2009