Argentina's opposition and the Catholic Church want parliament to introduce a "food emergency" law to address growing poverty and food insecurity amid the country's worsening economic crisis.
Germany's prosperity has often been pinned on its form of business responsibility known as the "social market economy." It moved with the times and withstood German unification, but can it hold up to today's challenges?
Unemployment in the UK is at its lowest level since the 1970s, but the country also has the weakest wage growth for 200 years. With the parties competing to offer a higher basic wage, how did this situation come about?
Prime Minister Saad Hariri reportedly transferred millions of his fortune to a South African model. As the country suffers under austerity and spiraling public debt, could the revelations topple the billionaire leader?
Argentine President Mauricio Macri is trying to to lessen the impact of an economic crisis ahead of his re-election bid in October. The country is suffering from a deep recession and massive inflation.
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