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Business Matters

Business Matters

Business Matters

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We find out why strikes in Guyana have become the latest issue for France's presidential election candidates. As Britain prepares to invoke Article 50 and begin the process of leaving the European Union there is much economic uncertainty ahead. However Qatar is investing $6 billion in British transport, property and digital technology. BBC Economics Editor Kamal Ahmed talks to Qatar's Finance Minister. Can listening to the right music help you to concentrate? You might think that your favourite album or an ambient soundscape can help you to knuckle down, but is there any real scientific proof? And you've probably seen that viral video of Professor Robert Kelly being interviewed on live television as his young children burst through the door. Lucy Kellaway ponders whether we should all be a little more child-like in work. Discussing all of that with Roger Hearing are our guests, Anu Partanen in New York and Simon Littlewood in Singapore (Picture: Protesters in French Guyana, Credit: Jody Amiet/AFP/Getty Images)


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