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Donald Trump has been quite vocal about trade with China. What effect would his leadership have on US-China relations should he make the White House?

Could Trump take the US back to the Great Depression?

Donald Trump has been quite vocal about trade with China. What effect would his leadership have on US-China relations should he make the White House?

World Finance spoke with Bill Perry, a US-China trade litigation expert, on why trade policy is so important in this US election in particular. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Relations between China and the US have been steadying over the decades, but different ideologies on trade and commerce are still an obstacle

The US-China trade war explained

Relations between China and the US have been steadying over the decades, but different ideologies on trade and commerce are still an obstacle

World Finance spoke with Bill Perry, a US-China trade litigation expert, on the latest sticking points between the two countries. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Blackberry – once the must have device in business, but now its almost become a dinosaur in the modern-touch screen landscape. How did this happen?

Blackberry is alive, but where does it go from here?

Blackberry – once the must have device in business, but now its almost become a dinosaur in the modern-touch screen landscape. How did this happen?

Losing the Signal is the story of the mobile phone that toppled global giants before succumbing to the ruthlessly competitive forces of Silicon Valley. World Finance spoke with author Jacquie McNish. ...

Sensational comments from Donald Trump have led the headlines of late, but what's going on behind the scenes in the run up to the US presidential election? And what is the knock on effect for the world’s leading economy?

Could Trumpanomics make it to the White House?

Sensational comments from Donald Trump have led the headlines of late, but what’s going on behind the scenes in the run up to the US presidential election? And what is the knock on effect for the world’s leading economy?

World Finance spoke with Patrick Chovanec, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, on the implications of the US elections for the country and global economy. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

How much is the war on terror, oil prices and shale impacting the US economy?

Sliding oil prices and the war on terror: the impact on the US economy

How much is the war on terror, oil prices and shale impacting the US economy?

World Finance spoke with Patrick Chovanec, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, on the state of the US economy – looking at its strengths and weaknesses, and where improvements could be made. Come back later for a full transcript of ...

The Fed rate rise has been one of the most speculated about events of the year. Now with a hike of 0.25%, how will this impact the US economy and beyond?

Yellen’s benign rate rise

The Fed rate rise has been one of the most speculated about events of the year. Now with a hike of 0.25%, how will this impact the US economy and beyond?

World Finance asks James Bevan, Chief Investment Officer at CCLA, about what the Fed’s recent rise means for the global economy. Who will be the winners, and who will be the losers? Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Social gains made in Latin America during the commodities boom are at risk of being lost in the long term

Social progress in Latin America stalls

Social gains made in Latin America during the commodities boom are at risk of being lost in the long term

Latin America economies have performed strongly on the back of the mining sector in recent years, with the biggest benefits felt among the region's poorest. But, despite the progress made in the last decade, governments might not be able to make these gai...

The Bank of China faces a daily fine of $50,000 in the US unless it complies with a court request to give details of customers accused of selling fake goods

Does China have enough incentive to crack down on counterfeits?

The Bank of China faces a daily fine of $50,000 in the US unless it complies with a court request to give details of customers accused of selling fake goods

World Finance spoke with Paul Kilmer, an expert in trademark, copyright and unfair competition law, on China’s counterfeit industry and the knock-on economic costs. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Venezuela has long been considered the world’s worst economy. But as it kisses goodbye to the United Socialist Party, could this mark an important turning point?

Will Venezuela be the new Greece?

Venezuela has long been considered the world’s worst economy. But as it kisses goodbye to the United Socialist Party, could this mark an important turning point?

World Finance spoke with Edward Glossop from Capital Economics about what Venezuela’s new political situation means for the ailing South American country. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Iran is a country as populous as Turkey, with the natural resources of Canada and the wages of Vietnam – so it has huge potential. With its sanctions soon to be lifted, which way will it go economically?

Who will be sniffing around Iran post sanctions?

Iran is a country as populous as Turkey, with the natural resources of Canada and the wages of Vietnam – so it has huge potential. With its sanctions soon to be lifted, which way will it go economically?

World Finance speaks with emerging markets economist Charles Robertson on Iran’s economic choices moving forwards. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

The China-Colombia relationship in the 21st century went from zero to multi-billion dollars within a decade. However, despite its apparent success, the affair is largely a story of failure

Why can’t China and Colombia work together?

The China-Colombia relationship in the 21st century went from zero to multi-billion dollars within a decade. However, despite its apparent success, the affair is largely a story of failure

World Finance speaks with Sabrina van den Bos, from SOAS University of London, on how a multi-billion dollar bilateral trade relationship can be fruitless. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Black Friday – the post-Thanksgiving shopping extravaganza – has been hyped up as a major retail and spending event both in the US, and now the UK. But does it really mean anything for the economy?

Look to money supply not Black Friday

Black Friday – the post-Thanksgiving shopping extravaganza – has been hyped up as a major retail and spending event both in the US, and now the UK. But does it really mean anything for the economy?

World Finance asks Johns Hopkins Professor Steve Hanke if Black Friday is an appropriate indicator of the economy’s health. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

After 227 years of men filling the position of president the US has a female contender in Hillary Clinton. Could this be what the country needs to boost the economy?

Does America need the female touch?

After 227 years of men filling the position of president the US has a female contender in Hillary Clinton. Could this be what the country needs to boost the economy?

World Finance speaks with Victoria Bateman Fellow in Economics at the University of Cambridge and commentator on economics and feminist issues on whether the world's largest economy would be run better with a woman in charge. Come back later for a ...

Hedrick Smith suggests companies have become less concerned with long termism and must reconsider shareholder engagement in an age in which economic inequalities are becoming more pronounced

Is capitalism destroying itself?

Hedrick Smith suggests companies have become less concerned with long termism and must reconsider shareholder engagement in an age in which economic inequalities are becoming more pronounced

World Finance asks the Pulitzer prize-winning New York Times reporter if corporations are just telling the public what they want to hear. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

The American Dream. White picketed fences, college proms and opportunity, or was it left somewhere in the Vegas desert near Barstow?

What happened to the American dream?

The American Dream. White picketed fences, college proms and opportunity, or was it left somewhere in the Vegas desert near Barstow?

World Finance speaks with Hedrick Smith, Pulitzer prize-winning New York Times reporter and author of ‘Who Stole the American Dream’ to discuss how the dream remained just that. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

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