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Congress votes on the US Debt Ceiling
After months of negotiations Congress finally votes on raising the US Government's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling. Ed Butler gets the latest from the vote and hears how it will affect those most in need.
As inflation in Sri Lanka falls 10%, but remains high at 25.2% we speak to the country's finance minister, Ranjith Siyambalapitiya.
And how much is the Women's World Cup worth? FIFA is threatening a blackout if broadcasters don't improve their bids.
India vs China: differing economic stories
We're looking at two of Asia's biggest economies: India and China. In India GDP has risen to 6.1% in GDP while China - once called the world's factory for producing cheap goods - is seeing a dip in manufacturing activity.
Are companies profiting from the cost of living crisis?
New research from economists in both Europe and the US shows that corporations are artificially stimulating current high levels of inflation. Ed Butler speaks to one of those behind the studies and asks if the price rises are all entirely justified.
We get the latest from Washington as President Biden urges Congress to pass a deal to raise the government's borrowing limit and prevent a potentially catastrophic default on US debt repayments.
And we hear the new warnings about the risks posed to humanity by the latest advances in artificial intelligence.
Could Uganda's anti-gay law cool foreign investment?
Many business groups including corporate giants such as Google warned Uganda's government of the negative impact the anti-LGBTQ legislation could bring. Homosexual acts are already illegal in Uganda but now anyone convicted faces life imprisonment.
Nigeria's new President removes fuel subsidy
In his inaugural address President Bola Tinubu announced the decades-long subsidy on petroleum products was being scrapped, leading to a rise in the price of petrol. Rahul Tandon finds out what the wider implications will be for the country already facing economic challenges.
We speak to the company behind the 3D printed schools being built in Ukraine.
And we hear why parents in France may be banned from posting pictures of their children on social media.