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Dedicated to helping our audience navigate the bumpy economic road ahead. With in-depth reports and analysis, Money Talks makes the news your business.

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    Luxury camper-van holidays gain popularity during pandemic | Money Talks

    Luxury camper-van holidays gain popularity during pandemic | Money Talks

    In the UK, demand for luxury camper vans and motor homes has surged this year, particularly among 18-to- 44-year-olds. As Natalie Powell reports, there's been growth in sales and rentals of these so-called 'Glamper-vans'.

    #Glamping #SocialDistancing #Pandemic

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    Palestinian brothers overcome disabilities to run bakery | Money Talks

    Palestinian brothers overcome disabilities to run bakery | Money Talks

    Thursday marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The United Nations initiated the event 28 years ago to promote full and equal participation of people who are differently abled. But with the COVID-19 pandemic, people with disabilities in Palestine are finding it more difficult to get the support they need. Our correspondent, Mustafa Fatih Yavuz, finds out why.

    #PersonsWithDisabilities #UnitedNations #Palestine

    • 2 min
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    Tech start-up reaps rewards with green vehicles in Uganda | Money Talks

    Tech start-up reaps rewards with green vehicles in Uganda | Money Talks

    To Africa now where a thriving tech start-up is turning to battery-powered tricycles to deliver goods to customers in Uganda. The online shopping company says it's reinventing the micro-retail sector by reducing the cost of doing business, and saving the environment using renewable energy. Adesewa Josh has the details.

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    Talks between Indian government, farmers' unions end in stalemate | Money Talks

    Talks between Indian government, farmers' unions end in stalemate | Money Talks

    Thousands of farmers have converged on New Delhi, protesting against recent changes to India's agriculture laws. The government says it's making the sector more competitive. But as Mobin Nasir reports, many farmers fear they will get muscled out by large corporations. Sunil Poshakwale joined us from Birmingham. He's professor of international finance at the Cranfield School of Management.

    #India #Farmers #ProduceMarkets

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    Saudi Arabia, Qatar near deal to end three-year rift | Money Talks

    Saudi Arabia, Qatar near deal to end three-year rift | Money Talks

    Saudi Arabia and Qatar are reportedly close to a preliminary deal that could end a bitter dispute that's divided the Gulf for more than three years. The potential reconciliation would be a major diplomatic win for the Trump administration, which has helped to broker negotiations to end the blockade against Doha. And as Paolo Montecillo reports, it could also help the region recover from the pandemic. For more on this, we spoke to Luciano Zaccara. He's a professor at Qatar University's Gulf Studies Center in Doha.

    #SaudiArabia #Qatar #Blockade

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    Storage firms brace for high demand before vaccine roll-out | Money Talks

    Storage firms brace for high demand before vaccine roll-out | Money Talks

    Besides Pfizer, we've also seen promising results from Moderna and AstraZenica's vaccines, which could also be certified before the end of the year. The question will then become how to deliver hundreds of millions of doses around the world as quickly as possible. As Miranda Lin explains, success could depend on shipping companies staying very cool under pressure.

    #ColdStorage #VaccineRollout #Binder

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