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COUNTING THE COST
Bidding for black gold
We look at the bidding on the Iraqi oil and a look at the economies of Latin America.
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2010 11:44 GMT



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Counting the Cost offers the latest business and economic news from around the world.

Spring of 2009 brought budding hope of an economic recovery, but investor expectations have fallen short. The recently released World Bank report forecast a grim year ahead.

This week on the programme, we look at the bidding on the Iraqi Oil and a look at the economies of Latin America. 

This episode of Counting the Cost aired from Friday, July 03, 2009.

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