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Will India be Trump's next trade war target?

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jun 4, 2019
Following tariffs on China and Mexico, India's change in trading status change makes it look like a multi-front trade war.
The flags of the United States and India sit on a conference table during a meeting at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. in 2018.
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Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa at a 15-year low

by Kimberly Adams May 3, 2016
The International Monetary Fund said countries in the region need a policy reset.
A farmer winnows a dried teff crop to separate seeds from stalks at a village in Ethiopia.
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Some question the social cost of Mexican mall boom

by Alex Schmidt Mar 15, 2016
Some see a sign of economic health, others one more example of global inequality.
The Oasis shopping center in Coyoacan, Mexico City. 
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Netflix expands to... pretty much everywhere

by Kimberly Adams Jan 7, 2016
Now binge-watchers in 190 countries can stream, if their internet can handle it.

Coke and Pepsi face headwinds

by Nova Safo Apr 23, 2015
Coke reports improved earnings, despite long-term soda sale fall-offs.

What a 7 percent growth rate could look like

by Amy Scott Mar 5, 2015
China has set 7 percent as its growth target. What would that look like here?

A stove that can power your phone

by Molly Wood Nov 6, 2014
Biolite is changing the way people cook and power up their electronics.

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Making a smartphone for just $25

by Queena Kim Oct 20, 2014
Cheap smartphones in emerging economies could help the tech industry's survival.

How Facebook plans to takeover the developing world

by Molly Wood Jul 26, 2013
Facebook wants to be the Internet portal for mobile users. Those users won't likely have smartphones -- instead flip phones and text messages will connect them to the web.

Lack of banking options leads to mobile phone payments in Africa

by Molly Wood May 29, 2013
In some cases, a dearth of infrastructure can actually lead to innovation. No where is this more true than in the developing world.