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How did Ireland go from having too many new homes at the height of its economic boom just a decade ago, to now not having enough? We report from Dublin about the country's housing shortage and speak to Ronan Lyons, assistant professor of economics at Dublin's Trinity University about what has gone wrong. Also, Irish economist and author David McWilliams explains why the usual rules of supply and demand do not seem to work as expected in the property sector. And, when it comes to kick starting the construction industry, there is nothing quite like hosting an Olympic Games. But our regular contributor James Srodes in Washington DC says that with the rising cost of hosting sporting events, ever fewer cities are willing to take the plunge. (Photo: Castlemoyne housing estate, Dublin. Credit: Getty Images)
Russia prepares economic sanctions against Turkey for shooting down a jet close to Syria. We get analysis of trade relations between both nations from Ziya Meral, Turkey analyst, at the Centre on Religious and Global Affairs. The UK has fined Barclays Bank $109m for cutting corners on mandatory checks in a deal involving rich clients. Stuart McWilliam at the anti-corruption campaign group Global Witness tells us more about the British bank's transgressions. The 2015 World Cheese Awards are being held in Birmingham, in the English midlands. The global cheese market is reportedly worth more than $100 bn every year, but the dairy industry believes not enough consumers in Asia are buying the product. We hear from the event in Birmingham and also hear from last year's award winner.
Andre Esteves, one of Brazil's richest businessmen and a top senator has been arrested as part of the sweeping corruption probe into state oil giant Petrobras. Mr Esteves is Brazil's 13th richest man, worth an estimated $2.5bn. More than 100 people have now been arrested in the two-year investigation, including politicians, former top executives at Petrobras, and some of the country's biggest construction firms. We find out the implications this will have on Brazil, as the country's economy continues to falter. Could housewives provide a new boost for Japan's economy? Most Japanese women give up their jobs when they have children. But that has taken a big toll on the country's growth. Prime minister Shinzo Abe wants to get more women back into the workplace. Campaigners say this will be good for business. As part of a special BBC season called 100 Women, we are in Tokyo finding out how easy it will be for Mr Abe to achieve his ambition. And throughout the programme, we are joined by our...
Resthome and retirement village operator Arvida Group has reported a solid half year profit of 7-point-4 million dollars as it expanded through the acquisition three Auckland retirement villages from Aria.
Since young, Menk Mahawangsa has held the dream of traveling overland from Malaysia to Leicester, England to which he has recently made a reality. We speak to him about his journey, experiences, and the life lessons he was fortunate enough to bring home with.
Rajesh Kumar has been a sound engineer, lecturer, musician and longtime biker. His lecturing started off as a hobby when he was 16 years old, teaching the drums to others. It led him to a few spots before becoming a full-time lecturer in a local university. Knowledge is power and Rajesh understand the strength it wields as he shares it with his students. As a sound engineer, Rajesh worked with Michael Veerapan and Freddie Fernandez in their respective studios before. He’s worked with artists like Siti Nurhaliza, Fauzi Marzuki, Zainal Abidin, Mawi and event the Alleycats. His next step was to spread over to TV & radio commercial work and he picked up a few awards along the way. One of his proudest moments was winning Ad Asia’s Green Awards as Best Musical Director. He’s also a big time motorcycle rider, having taken long rides all the way to Pattaya. As a musician, he’s the currently band leader, drummer and arranger for Orkes Padu alongside Azmyl Yunor. For the record, Rajesh scored...
The Moral Education paper in the recent SPM has surprised many, over questions alleged to have been politically biased. As a result, many of those who sat for the paper have spoken out, saying that it sounds like an indoctrination so that they wouldn't participate in political activities. On Talkback today, we're asking: Can we teach morality as a subject? If so, how should it be taught?
Malaysia is not a model of inclusiveness when it comes to issues related to persons with disabilities; attitudinal and environmental barriers are still prevalent. Wheelchair user and Disability Equality Training Specialist, Peter Tan, shares his experience and advocacy in breaking down these barriers.
In advance of the Thanksgiving holiday Chris Hill reflects on investing in something other than stocks and why “All Things Must Pass: The Rise & Fall Of Tower Records” gets his vote for the business movie of the year. For a free preview of our MDP service, go to MDPRadio.Fool.com
Are you ready for e-commerce? Is the ecosystem in place? What strategies do you employ? Which partners will you choose? We continue the conversation to look at 10 things to consider before launching into e-commerce. Part 1 http://www.bfm.my/rc-10-things-to-know-before-starting-your-e-commerce-venture-in-southeast-asia.html
There were so many goodies that we're continuing with another 5 things to learn from the movie Spectre, with emphasis on how to apply the lessons to work and business. Part 1 http://www.bfm.my/fff-5-things-to-learn-from-spectre-james-bond-19nov2015.html
It was World Toilet Day on the 19th of November, and we speak to Lucy Stevens, the Urban Services Expert at the UK-based NGO Practical Action, about the organisation's use of a variety of different technologies, as appropriate to each community, to help improve sanitation and health around the world.
Leadership presence is the ability to consistently articulate and communicate, connect with others and influence them to action. But how does one build and drive leadership presence? We find out with Muriel Maignan Wilkins, co-author of Own the Room.
KP Signature specializes in upcycling furniture sourced from hotels in the region. As a result of the upcycling method, they produce one-of-a-kind pieces that are customizable to customers requests. How sustainable.
Martial arts are about hurting, disarming, about contact. Maybe not, as the other side of this apparent violent art is the call to be disciplined, humble, to know and control oneself. Wushu Arts Theatre explores through martial-arts influenced dance to unearth the spiritual soul of a fighting art.
The organizers and artists tell about the festival which combines performances by local and international artists, like the Philippines Ballet Theatre, Qawwali from Pakistan, Sizzling Violin from India, Odissi experts from Odissa and Flamenco from Singapore.
Luxury car sales heat up during the holidays. And General Motors is looking to grab some of that business with Buick. Duncan Aldred, the vice president who oversees the Buick brand for GM, talks about the importance of holiday sales.
Many questions on insurance in this week's Ringgit Ring-In including whether one should get annually renewable term policies and investment-linked insurance products. Also is a gold investment account a good idea? OCBC Real Money StoryThe case of adult credit card spending and kids savings
Penang’s Transport Master Plan (TMP) is expected to contribute greatly to the development of the state, with over RM27 billion in transportation projects to be executed. Kon Yeow discusses the Council's plans to improve connectivity and challenges it faces.
What barometer could we use to gauge if our representative democracy is working? Could it be the responsiveness of elected officials to inquiries through electronic means like email, Facebook and Twitter a fair test. We look at a survey of 165 Peninsular-based Members of Parliament and its surprising results.This is a report by Sharaad Kuttan.
Iron ore is again in the crosshairs as it falls to another six-year low. Bloomberg's Commodity Index has plunged two-thirds from its peak, to the lowest level since the 90s. But is a rebound in the offing? And should investors be considering beaten-down resources stocks in anticipation of a recovery? Ben Le Brun, market analyst at Options Express weighes in.