Olam Drops After Muddy Waters Questions Accounts

Olam International Ltd., an agricultural commodities trader partly owned by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings Pte, plunged 21 percent after short seller Carson Block said he’s betting against the shares because he questions the company’s accounting methods.
Capital Controls: a Hard Pill to Swallow
13:28 - The Greek healthcare system was in a perilous state before the latest crisis flared up. Now things look set to get even worse as capital controls put a stranglehold on the supply of vital medicines into the country. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie visited a health centre run by volunteer doctors in Athens to see the impact.
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