Business Planet heads to Brittany, France, to see how one baker is making dough again after he was forced to close his boulangerie in Paris.
In its October World Economic Outlook report, the International Monetary Fund projected a 6.6% contraction in the UAE’s growth this year.
Saudi Arabia is experiencing an economic slump due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse of oil prices.
Restrictions on the right to work and acquire assets hamper the ability for refugees to become self-reliant. The coronavirus pandemic has made a dire situation even worse in the absence of humanitarian aid or personal income.
SberConf is Sberbank’s major virtual conference that focuses on their transformation, new services, products and opportunities.
UK customers could be unknowingly investing around £16 billion in fossil fuels through their savings accounts.
We start off in Nigeria where some of the young and savvy ones are embracing a new savings and investment culture with the use of an app.
For the first time EU Finance Ministers are calling on the European Investment Bank to halt funding of oil, gas and coal projects.
President Erdoğan has dismissed the governor of Turkey's central bank in a move that has prompted concerns about the bank's independence
Business Planet heads to Georgia to find out about a toy company making a difference after obtaining microfinance guaranteed.
Georgian toy company Dadari doesn't just make wooden toys it also makes a point of employing people with disabilities. Three of the firm's seven employees have special learning needs. Business Planet spoke to the firm's founder Merab Kuchukhidze to find out more about the company.
This episode of Business Planet goes to Ukraine to see how loan guarantees from the European Union are helping small and medium-sized businesses to thrive.
Trade in goods between the EU and Ukraine is growing fast. In 2017 it rose by nearly a quarter to 37 billion euros. Business Planet speaks to Hugues Mingarelli, the EU's Ambassador to the country, about the deepening ties between Europe and Ukraine.
Moves to phase out the euro’s highest-value banknote took a major step forward on Monday.