Although gasoline is cheaper, nearly every major product in Venezuela is much more expensive than in the U.S.
Looking for a bottom? You may be tempted to think the recent bounce was the end of a 6-month crash. But the next move is anybody’s guess.
The number of contactless card payments has tripled over the last year with more people choosing to use contactless for quick transactions
Venezuelans have become increasingly frustrated by food shortages and inflations, reports CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
The spending limit on contactless cards is to be increased to £30 from September 2015, the UK Cards Association announces
Emma Simpson visited a branch of Poundland to find out what shoppers go there to buy.
Shares in Tate & Lyle slump after it issues its third profit warning in a year, hurt by weak trading at its sweeteners business.
Why Europe is protecting itself from big US tech firms
The high cost of renting shop space is forcing retailers to sell directly from their car boots.
The holiday hotspot of Cape Town, South Africa, is positioning itself for the changing dynamics in its tourism and property markets.
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