A new report by Agrasar highlights poor working conditions many auto workers face in India. It's found 1000 people across the country suffer crippling injuries and often work up to 12 hours a day for as little as three dollars.
China's attempt to re-focus the economy on consumers appears to be paying dividends - the services sector is expanding. And, as David Pollard reports, that means rich pickings for some foreign businesses, like Starbucks and McDonalds.
South Sudan has an abundance of oil but it's actually making a loss from its production. The country has to pay Sudan for exporting the oil through Sudanese territory. Civil war and the drop in global oil prices, is only making the situation worse.
As oil prices tumble, the industry is warned to reform if it wants to survive. That's according to a new report by DNV GL, which says companies need to cut capital expenditure and staff, while also put pressure on the supply chain.
French President Francois Hollande is visiting India for three days. He thinks France can play a bigger role in the Indian economic growth and also hopes to finalise a deal to sell the government some fighter jets.
In Yemen, the UN is seeking unlimited access to Taiz, where supplies of basic necessities are dwindling. The city has seen some of the worst fighting of the ten-month conflict, between Houthi rebels and forces loyal to the government