January 10th, 2015
Episode 124 of 645 episodes
Stalling growth in China - stalling growth in many places for that matter - Eurozone debt with Greece teetering on the brink, rock bottom oil prices, Middle East unrest and Putin with his back against the wall. How significant a year will 2015 be for the global economy? To reflect on these things and more, we speak to three of the BBC's leading economic thinkers - Economics Editor Robert Peston, Business Editor Kamal Ahmed and Chief Business Correspondent Linda Yueh. Along with them we hear from Havard Economics Professor Kenneth Rogoff on his fears for the Eurozone and Professor Michael Pettis from Peking University in Beijing explains the latest trends from the Chinese economy.