Al Jazeera Blogs


<p>Dubai World&nbsp;will&nbsp;repay&nbsp;its creditors,&nbsp;but the government's plan to&nbsp;convert its share of the&nbsp;money owed&nbsp;into equity&nbsp;will&nbsp;mean the&nbsp;emirate&nbsp;pays a high price for its mistakes.</p>

Last Modified: 25 Mar 2010 14:03

<p>Al Jazeera's business editor argues that the&nbsp;UK's ailing&nbsp;national carrier is&nbsp;finally facing&nbsp;up to the fact it&nbsp;has been &quot;flying on autopilot&quot;&nbsp;for&nbsp;years.&nbsp;</p>

Last Modified: 22 Mar 2010 15:03

<p>Falklands' prospective oil wealth is a certain lure for both the UK and Argentina, who are at odds over the South Atlantic island.</p>

Last Modified: 9 Mar 2010 11:06

<p>The conservatice radio host is questioning the impartiality of the US&nbsp;government in the whole Toyota recall affair. After all,&nbsp;it owns a tenth of Chrysler and almost two-thirds of General Motors.</p>

Last Modified: 23 Feb 2010 10:44

<p>The field of economics has long been home to a suprisingly diverse and antagonistic collection of minds, but you wouldn't really know it, given the way the Friedman school of monetarism has dominated the mainstream recently.</p>

Last Modified: 22 Feb 2010 09:25