World Weekly with Gideon Rachman
  • Brics buying debt, Greece in trouble again, Palestine lobbies for statehood Sep 15, 2011 - 5:14 pm
  • In this week’s show: As Europe looks to China and other Bric nations to buy up its debt – we ask, is the global economy at a tipping point? Back in the Eurozone – rumours are flying again about the possibility of a Greek default and Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel is under pressure; and Palestinian leaders prepare to present their case to the UN for statehood.

    Presented by Shawn Donnan with Joe Leahy in Sao Paulo, Jamil Anderlini in Beijing, Guy Dinmore in Rome, Gerrit Wiesmann in Berlin and Roula Khalaf and Ben Hall in the studio in London.

    Produced by LJ Filotrani and Serena Tarling

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