https://bbgvod-azure-us-east1-zenko.global.ssl.fastly.net/vod/vod/m/ODcyODg1NA/Q2xvdWRfNTQyMjg0/QT_IND_001_IndChi_DIGI_5000.mp4 Although India has lagged behind China since both countries opened up to the world in the 1980s, the Indian government is now taking steps to finally challenge its biggest economic competitor.
https://bbgvod-azure-us-east1-zenko.global.ssl.fastly.net/vod/vod/m/ODcxMzU5NQ/Mjg5MzE3OQ/a348df3a-3c59-446a-bae3-ad49b0eb4ed1_5000.mp4 Consumers in the U.S. and Europe are dashing hopes for a consumption-fueled boost to economic growth by refraining from spending and keeping $2.7 trillion on the sidelines during the pandemic.
https://bbgvod-azure-us-east1-zenko.global.ssl.fastly.net/vod/vod/m/ODcxNDUyNQ/Mjg5MzUxOQ/pkg_szvillage_101912_5000.mp4 “40 odd years ago, this was just a fishing village.” Urban villagers in China’s Silicon Valley have gone from rags to riches. Here’s how they quietly amassed a fortune of more than $30 billion, reports Allen Wan in Shenzhen.
https://synvod-s3-us-east1.global.ssl.fastly.net/sm/ODY5ODA3Mg/Mjg4ODAwNg/Brazil_CLEAN.mp4 The destruction of Brazil’s rainforests may have passed the point of no return. Its perpetrators aren’t just far-right government officials and industrial farmers, however. Voracious consumers everywhere are fueling demand that may collapse the “lungs of the Earth”