Tobacco used to be Malawi's cash crop number one. But amid falling prizes and health hazards, farmers are looking to new crops and production methods for better income.
The former US national security adviser refused to produce documents after he was subpoenaed by the Senate Intelligence Committee. But the panel's vice-chair says a business 'does not have the right to take the Fifth.'
Five centuries ago, Martin Luther reformed the Christian church to prevent the marketing of religion. But in Africa, the debate over blending God and money is a very timely one.
The presidential election in Iran will decide whether or not the country's economic 'opening-up' should continue, says VDMA expert Klaus Friedrich, who discussed current problems in doing business with Iran with DW.
In New Zealand, a century of coal mining tradition is clashing with efforts to protect pristine nature, and unique animals and plants.
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