Mozambique struggles to regain global reach for its nut.
Employee cutbacks in the US force firms to shift overseas, creating as many as 600,000 new jobs for Filipinos.
Speculation can add $70 to the price of a barrel of oil, critics charge.
Better security and infrastructure have created new opportunities for some of the 250,000 war refugees still living in Jordan.
Pump prices have soared to more than $5.20 a gallon – the highest in Central America – despite the Venezuelan leader's promise to solve the country's 'oil problem.'
War spending, trade deficits, and devaluation against foreign currencies weigh on the greenback.
Emerging markets are helping buoy global growth.
Shame won't work. But enlisting its self-interest can.