May 11th, 2016
Episode 721 of 1011 episodes
Lawmakers in Brazil are to vote on the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff. The BBC's Daniel Gallas reports on the mood in the country. Also in the programme, Fritz Joussen, chief executive of the world's biggest travel company, TUI, tells us how fear of terrorism is affecting his business. BBC business editor Simon Jack has been hearing from the boss of Saudi Aramco about its plans to increase oil production this year. We report on the state of African technology from this year's World Economic Forum for Africa in Rwanda. And as Forbes magazine publishes its latest list of the world's most valuable soccer teams, Stefan Szymanski, professor of Sport and Management at the University of Michigan explains why money doesn't necessarily buy success. (Picture: Dilma Rousseff. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
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