Stolen Bottles of Tide Used as Drug Trade Currency

Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Sheila Dharmarajan reports on how Tide Detergent is being stolen and used as currency in the drug trade. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
How Migrants Built an Economy in Calais' Tent City
19:54 - Amid the hundreds of tents and makeshift shelters of Calais' sprawling migrant camp, a micro economy has emerged. Shops, restaurants and even a nightclub have sprung up, adding a shred of normality to a precarious, and often dangerous, existence. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports.
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